WATCH: First Look at Remastered Definitive Edition of Grand Theft Auto Trilogy

Published 10/22/2021, 11:52 AM EDT


Grand Theft Auto VI might still be a distant dream for the community, as Rockstar Games aren’t willing to divulge any information. This closely guarded secret project is rumored to be in the works, but there isn’t any concrete evidence.

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Meanwhile, the American game development studio announced the release of the definitive edition. This collection of remastered original titles will expose them to newer generation fans.

However, it will also open doorways for the old-school gamers to once again step into the shoes of legendary characters. In addition to this, the studio has now shared the first look of the remastered title and what they will look like.

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Grand Theft Auto is paying homage to the original titles

GTA’s original title GTA III is about to celebrate its 20 anniversary on October 22. The studio decided to celebrate this momentous occasion by rolling out the remastered version of the game. GTA III served as the first of its kind open-world urban RPG title, which went on to spawn the entire franchise.

What started off as an ambitious project quickly turned into a groundbreaking franchise. The next two iterations of the franchise only catapulted the genre to whole another level. It was breathtakingly awesome, Rockstar’s ideas and take on building an open world game within the boundaries of the urban jungle produced miraculous outcomes.

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In addition to this, San Andreas’s CJ and Vice City’s Tommy Vercetti left an everlasting impression. The storyline was memorable, with gameplay ahead of its time. Now, the next generation of gamers and fans will get the chance to experience the same magic with upgraded visuals.

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This newly remastered collection is heading to Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, iOS, and PC. Moreover, recent reports suggest the remastered titles from the trilogy might be added to Xbox and PlayStation’s live service. GTA San-Andreas will join Xbox Game Pass on November 11, while PlayStation Plus will get GTA III’s remastered version on December 7.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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