Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy Definitive Edition Releases in November With Updated Aiming and Graphics

The Definitive Edition is finally here.

by Shubhendu Vatsa


Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy Definitive Edition is real and will be launching soon. After several leaks and rumors surrounding the remastering of the early 3D Grand Theft Auto games, Rockstar confirmed its existence and has now presented us with a launch date and a brand new trailer.

The Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy Definitive Edition will comprise Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas with some significant graphics and performance overhaul. In its latest newswire, Rockstar announced that the digital version of Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy Definitive Edition would be released on November 11, followed by a physical release on December 7 this year.

The Definitive Edition of Grand Theft Auto San Andreas will also be coming to Xbox Game Pass starting November 11. There will be a wide variety of new changes and modifications and the game won’t be just a plain remastered version, says Rockstar. The updated versions will emphasize new aiming and shooting controls based on the more recent Grand Theft Auto V. Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy will even have refreshed weapon and radio station wheels, modernized mini-maps with “enhanced navigation.” According to the developers, this will allow players to place waypoints and more.

The new games are also said to have updated achievements, trophies, and other additional features. The Nintendo Switch versions of the game will get some exclusive gameplay features. These comprise Switch-specific controls, including Gyro aiming and touch screen camera zooming, pans, and menu selections. At the same time, the PC version will get support for NVIDIA DLSS and “additional new accomplishments” through the Rockstar Games Social Club.

The new trailer accompanying the release date announcement shows off the remarkable differences between the old and upcoming remastered versions. As can be discerned from the trailer, all three titles look much more refined, with better character models, sharp-looking graphics, and more satisfying worlds. The video also shows the differences between the older graphics and what players can expect from the new Definitive Edition. You can pre-order the digital version online now. The bundle is priced at $59.99 / £54.99, which is fair considering the definitive edition will pack in three games.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will be available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC digitally on November 11 and is now open for pre-orders.

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