Rockstar Games celebrates classic re-release of GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition, available on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
|Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition Out Now|
Celebrating anniversary of iconic classics, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition by developer/publisher Rockstar Games is already out now on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
An iconic beginning in Liberty City, critically-acclaimed 2001 crime action-adventure title Grand Theft Auto III introduces silent protagonist Claude, who seeks revenge and becomes involved in a world of crime, drugs, gang war and hostility.
|Liberty City Open-World|
Step into party town of Vice City and follow mobster Tommy Vercetti as he rises to power after a betrayal. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is a story of confrontation and double-cross to take over a criminal empire set within a neon metropolis.
Then head over to Los Santos in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and meet Grove Street Families gang as Carl "CJ" Johnson. CJ returns home after a while only to get in trouble with corrupt cops and rival gangs, trashing his old neighborhood.
|Legacy of Vice City|
GTA Trilogy classic titles are updated with visual enhancements for a new generation of gaming platforms. Alongside lighting effect and high-resolution textures, Rockstar includes Grand Theft Auto V-style control, targeting and much more.
Rockstar Games made some changes in character design but yet, maintained original cartoonish visual style of these games. San Andreas Definitive Edition has several of its soundtracks missing but still has over 100 songs on various stations.
|Back In The Hood|
GTA III is first series entry to be in full 3D and a pioneer to open-world gameplay mechanics that became very popular. Vice City had a few control issues but excelled in overall and San Andreas added role-playing elements in core gameplay.