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Grand Theft Auto, Grand Theft Auto V, Grand Theft Auto Classics Coming to PSN

Grand Theft Auto classics being re-released on the PlayStation Network after ESRB rating outs them.

Grand Theft Auto Classics Coming to PSN

by | @AttackFanboy | on January 23, 2012

Grand Theft Auto Classic Coming to PSN

While Grand Theft Auto V might be a ways off, the PlayStation Network will be seeing two Grand Theft Auto classics shortly. Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City are coming to the network as downloadable PS2 Classic titles. Unfortunately, as Silicon Era points out, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was not on a recent ESRB rating that outed the upcoming releases.

Timing for the release of the two GTA classics is not known at this time, but keep an eye out for an announcement from either Rockstar or Sony in an upcoming PlayStation Store Update.  But if the re-release in digital form has anything to do with the recently passed 10 year anniversary for the title, it could be soon.

Meanwhile, Rockstar is also hard at work on two upcoming current generation titles: Max Payne 3 & Grand Theft Auto V. The former due out in March, while GTA will be released at an unknown date after Rockstar teased the open-world franchise with a trailer that showed off the familiar locales of the west coast and a brand new protagonist.

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