GTA: The Trilogy Release Date, Price, And Everything We Need To Know

As part of the company’s 20th-anniversary celebrations, Rockstar Games has confirmed that Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas will be remastered for modern consoles and PCs in a special collection that also includes the 2001 classic.

According to previous reports, a remastered version of Grand Theft Auto III will be released with enhanced graphics and game features for the three games that helped establish GTA as a global brand. Rockstar hasn’t revealed what these new features are, but it says more will be revealed in the following weeks. Rockstar claims that the games’ quintessential aesthetic will be preserved despite the addition of new features.

Later this year, the Rockstar Games Launcher will bring the Definitive Edition to  Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC. The game will also make its way to the Android and Ios platforms in the first of 2022. Additionally, Rockstar has stated that it will remove the existing digital versions of the game from stores starting next week to make room for the upcoming game collection.

GTA: The Trilogy Release Date

According to industry insider Tom Henderson, GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is set to launch on November 11. Tom Henderson has opened up for two possible scenarios. Take-Two either postpones the trilogy remaster from November 11 to December 7 or only the physical editions will be available on December 7. Either way, it doesn’t stand to reason to make fans wait nearly a month for the digital release when the trilogy remaster was originally scheduled to begin on November 11.

GTA: The Trilogy- How Much is Priced At?

According to the leak, the GTA Definitive Edition Trilogy will charge USD 70 on new-generation consoles, and USD 60 on last-generation consoles.

According to @Vinewood motors on Twitter, this is the first time the highly debated new pricing system for video games has been revealed through a leak. Unfortunately, the leak that we were going to include below was taken down from Twitter before we could publish it. As of right now, we have no idea why it was taken down, but it’s possible that it was the product of a copyright dispute.

If the price of the upcoming GTA Definitive Edition Trilogy is true, iwould be Rockstar’s first rollout since Take-Two CEO stated that gamers were ready to pay USD 70 for games. 

There has been massive opposition against inflating the cost of online games, but if you ask us, it is a fair amount. Video games haven’t seen much of an increase in price since the mid-2000s, even though the price level is rising. Inevitably, this new cost structure will be adopted by all companies. Tell us your views on this? Do you think the upcoming gams are reasonably priced? Hit the comments!