Rockstar showcases impressive visuals upgrades with GTA: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition's first trailer

Upgrades controls, visuals, gameplay and more

Rockstar showcases impressive visuals upgrades with GTA: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition's first trailer

GTA: The Trilogy Remastered looks great!

Rockstar has just released its first trailer for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition, which is due to launch on November 11th on PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Additionally, the trilogy will be coming to Android and iOS next year. 

The visual improvements with Rockstar's remastered GTA trilogy will speak for themselves if you watch the trailer below. Character models have been improved, giving them a less angular and more rounded appearance, the game's lighting system has been upgraded, reflections have been added to the game and textures are enhanced across all three games. Draw distances have also been stretched out to reduce pop-in, making all three games look better on high-resolution screens. 

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition were developed by Grove Street Games and Rockstar North. All three games will receive GTA V-style controls, a new mini-map, an improved gunplay/targeting system, an updated UI, and the ability to restart failed missions immediately. These changes will make GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas more enjoyable to replay. 

On Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition will be playable at 4K 60 FPS. For Geforce RTX GPU users, the trilogy will support DLSS, Nvidia's AI upsampling technology. The PC version of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition will be available through the Rockstar Launcher.     


These classic 3D Grand Theft Auto titles have never looked better. It is clear that a lot of time and effort has been put into remastering these games. That said, the pricing of this trilogy will be hard to swallow for many gamers, as Rockstar has priced Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition at $59.99/£54.99. 

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22-10-2021, 15:53:38

Dark NighT
Yeah looks alright but there is no way im paying that much for those, i'll wait for a proper sale.Quote

22-10-2021, 17:41:44

KingNosser
It might be 3 games but it's overpriced, the gfx changes i feel are not as big as they needed to be, but i'd play through them again maybe in a years time on a sale.Quote

23-10-2021, 10:43:23

ImprovizoR
I think this is a psychological thing. You see $60 price tag on a 20 year old game and it seems ridiculous. But it's actually $20 per game, remastered in a new engine.

The only problem that I have relates to the music. Unless they re-licensed all the songs from the original games, I am just not interested. The music is a large part of what made these games so memorable, not the graphics.Quote

23-10-2021, 11:13:56

Dark NighT
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Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
I think this is a psychological thing. You see $60 price tag on a 20 year old game and it seems ridiculous. But it's actually $20 per game, remastered in a new engine.

The only problem that I have relates to the music. Unless they re-licensed all the songs from the original games, I am just not interested. The music is a large part of what made these games so memorable, not the graphics.

Yeah 20 per game doesnt seem to bad but you can't buy just one of them, and while the work that went in is obvious i don't think it is really worth that much, and also removing all the old classic versions, which i find a bit greedy and leaves people no choice but to get the 3 pack.Quote

23-10-2021, 14:06:41

ImprovizoR
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Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
removing all the old classic versions, which i find a bit greedy and leaves people no choice but to get the 3 pack.
Oh, I agree. It's a di*k move. But perhaps they will eventually let people buy old versions as well. If not, there are always other alternatives.Quote
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