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GTA Trilogy Confirmed By Official Rockstar PC Game Launcher


The long-running GTA Trilogy Remaster rumor seems to have been confirmed by Rockstar Games itself after GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas appeared on the company’s official PC launcher with new logos to boot.

The GTA trilogy has been one of the video game’s less well-kept secrets. While fans are still anxiously awaiting GTA 6, all eyes have been on the remakes of the three hit 3D titles from the original PS2 and Xbox generation of consoles.

Previously we had seen Kotaku confirm the existence of the trilogy, claiming that they would run on Unreal Engine and now, in the Rockstar launcher, all three games have “Unreal” next to their names, indicating that it is indeed the case.

Following Kotaku’s report, the trilogy was later leaked by the South Korean rating committee, indicating that it would arrive soon.

GTA Trilogy finally confirmed by Rockstar Games

Now, with the games appearing in Rockstar Games’ official PC launcher, all that’s left to do is wait for the titles to be announced by the company in the form of a trailer.

So far all we’ve got is a possible November 2021 release, so we could go from a trailer in October to playing the games ourselves less than a month later.

October 22 is GTA 3’s 20th anniversary, so it’s also possible that Rockstar might decide to mark the occasion by announcing or releasing the games on that date.

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Fans have been eagerly awaiting a return to the iconic Vice City.

It will be interesting to see how the graphics hold up and what kind of gameplay enhancements they receive, like the checkpoint systems found in later GTA titles.

Either way, fans shouldn’t have much time to wait now for their journey back to Liberty City, Vice City, and the 90s in San Andreas.