Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Definitive Edition
More leaks have emerged regarding the heavily publicized Grand Theft Auto Trilogy re-release.
After months of leaks and speculation, it looks like an official announcement is just around the corner.
As you can see from the tweet below, achievement/trophy icons have reportedly been discovered for the unannounced remasters.
The latest leak is a backup of an earlier report that discovered Grand Theft Auto Trilogy game icons online.
While little is known about the extent of the reissues, it is believed that the games will be full remasters with modern controls.
This means improved graphics, smoother gameplay and numerous quality of life improvements.
This should set it apart from the previous PS4 release, which is a direct port to PS2’s Grand Theft Auto games.
“This title has been converted from the original PlayStation 2 version to the PS4 system,” reads the existing description.
“Therefore, the title may play differently than the PlayStation 2 version, or some functions may not work properly.
“This version does not support PlayStation 2 peripherals, so some functionality may not be available.”
The existing ports have the same PS2 loading and menu screens, only with support for current generation controllers.
As for the contents of the pack, the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition includes Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City and San Andreas.
The original games are some of the most influential and highly regarded of all time, earning huge scores on Metacritic.
Indeed, Grand Theft Auto 3 is the first GTA game to make the leap into 3D and move the action to a living, breathing Liberty City.
Crime pays. The wildly successful, critically acclaimed Grand Theft Auto franchise moves into three dimensions in the dark and seedy underworld of Liberty City.
“With the freedom to go anywhere and turn everyone on, Grand Theft Auto III puts the dark, intriguing and unforgiving world of crime at your fingertips, if you have the guts to take it.”
Vice City, meanwhile, is a fan favorite. The game is set in Vice City, which is loosely based on 1980s Miami.
“Welcome to Vice City. Welcome to the 1980s. Out of the decade of thick hair, lavish and pastel suits comes a tale of one man’s rise to the top of the criminal pile.”
Finally, San Andreas is the largest of the three games, spanning the cities of Los Santos, San Fierro, and Las Venturas.
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