GTA Trilogy may not be the most modern game in terms of graphics however it’s certainly one of the most anticipated launches of the year, simply due to its massive fanbase in the gaming world. The hype and popularity have repercussions for the developer and the studio since the game was identified as having bugs. In fact, Rockstar Games was forced to pull away from the games out of PC sales. It is now back on the market. GTA The Definitive Edition is available for PC through Rockstar’s Games Launcher. Also, check out the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy The Final Edition footage revealed: Check it out here
The official account of Rockstar Support on Twitter earlier this morning announced that the game will be back on PC through The Games Launcher. In a tweet, the firm announced, “Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy The Ultimate Edition is now available on The Rockstar Games Launcher for play and purchase. We apologize deeply for the inconvenience and are working hard to improve and enhance the overall experience as we progress.
Rockstar had to shut down the game from the beginning because it was required to eliminate certain files which were not included in the versions.
The demise of the game and the bugs caused the game more of an internet meme similar to the situation CD Projekt Red-faced with the launch of CyberPunk 2077. This AAA titles game had to be pulled from retail stores due to huge problems in the virtual reality of CyberPunk.
GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition will feature significantly improved graphics, as well as some tweaks to the game’s basic features, such as in-game driving. Rockstar Games has shared comparisons between the original version of GTA Trilogy and the brand new Definitive Edition.
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