Rockstar Games has finally released the remastered trailer for the Grand Theft Auto trilogy, which is set to release on November 11. The Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition collection will include GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas. Graphic improvements. Rockstar Games has released the first trailer for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, here’s your first look. Also Read – Game Among Us will come to PlayStation and Xbox consoles this December

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Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition Collection will release digitally on November 11, priced at $59.99 (roughly Rs.4,498). The trilogy will release on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, and PC. The physical release is scheduled for December 7, followed by an iOS and Android release in the first half of 2022. Also Read – Squid Game Inspired Red Light, Green Light Mode in Garena Free Fire: How to Play

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – Definitive Edition will be made available immediately to all Xbox Game Pass customers on launch day. Grand Theft Auto III – Definitive Edition will be made available on PlayStation Now on December 7.

All three games in the trilogy have been remastered by Grove Street Games. Rockstar has said that it used the Unreal Engine and “completely revamped” lighting for the games. It has improved shadows, weather and reflections, and improved character and vehicle models, according to the company. There are increased distances, smoother surfaces, higher resolution textures in buildings, weapons, roads, interiors, and more.

The remastered games will feature Grand Theft Auto V-inspired controls, giving characters like Tommy Versetti, CJ and others a more modern feel. Each game will offer updated weapons, radio stations, mini maps, and more.

Some platform-specific additions have also been made. Nintendo Switch users will find a gyroscopic targeting feature, along with the ability to use the touchscreen to zoom or pan with the camera, and make selections within menus. The PC versions will support Nvidia’s DLSS technology, which will help the game run slightly better on a wider range of graphics cards without a noticeable drop in visual quality.


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