We take you through the key upgrades from Rockstar's exciting remakes
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition (phew!) is coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on Nov 11. It will cost $60/£55 on PC and consoles.
Thankfully not. Though these old gems were great for their day, time hasn't been kind to their control schemes. Thankfully, the remasters feature a GTA 5-style aiming system.
Rockstar promises "across-the-board" enhancements, including a brand new lighting system, high-resolution textures, and increased draw distances.
Alongside improved gunplay and targeting controls, GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas all feature updated mini-maps and radion station selection wheels, plus the ability to immediately restart failed missions.
The remastered trilogy uses the Unreal Engine, and has been developed by Grove Street Games, with the studio working alongside Rockstar North. Previously, the team worked on GTA mobile ports.
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