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Grand Theft Auto: Remastered Trilogy is Back on Rockstar Launcher

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition has finally returned to Rockstar Launcher after recent removal.

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Grand Theft Auto: Remastered Trilogy is Back on Rockstar Launcher

Shortly after launch, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition became unplayable for players on PC and developer/publisher Rockstar Games removed it from their own launcher amidst hours of unexpected server downtime.

Rockstar has addressed removing GTA Trilogy and even publicly admitted of mistakenly adding a number of files that needs to be removed. After three days, an updated version of GTA Trilogy is available now on Rockstar Games Launcher.


After removing unintentionally included files, Rockstar Games has updated Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy for PC. They apologized to fans for such inconvenience while promising to work on improving overall performance issues as well.

Meanwhile, curious fans have discovered that Rockstar accidentally added original dev notes, full game scripts and unlicensed music. GTA: Remastered Trilogy bundle also had files related to controversial "Hot Coffee" mini-game mode.


Music that was missing from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Vice City were simply disabled. There was an uncompiled version of codes for all three games in GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition in a main.scm file, including some cut content.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition had been a terrible launch experience for many series fans. Rockstar and Take-Two Interactive are to blame for such rushed development that was aimed at an easy cash-grab attempt.

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