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Latest Updated Grand Theft Auto Trilogy due this fall for Nintendo Switch, latest PlayStation, Xbox consoles

The rumors are true. There really is a remastered version of some Grand Theft Auto video games in the works.

Rockstar Games says Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, which includes the games Grand Theft Auto III, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas, will be released later this year for PlayStation 5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PCs.

while still maintaining the classic look and feel of the originals,” the company said in a news release.

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Over the summer, rumors circulated that remastered versions of GTA games were being developed.

Rockstar is celebrating the 20th anniversary of GTA III with events marking the anniversary in GTA Online.
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That is a different kind of psychological role,” he said.
Grand Theft Auto Online will celebrate the 20th anniversary of GTA III this fall.

Australia banned the game; here in the U.S. it carried a “Mature” rating for those 17 and older.

But GTA III became a critical success winning annual game of the year awards and selling more than 14.5 million copies. The subsequent games sold even better: GTA Vice City sold more than 17.5 million and GTA: San Andreas (more than 21.5 million), making them among the top-selling games of all time.

Behind Minecraft, GTA V is the second-best seller of all time having sold more than 150 million and the GTA series has sold more than 350 million copies overall, according to publisher Take-Two Interactive.

 

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