Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Vice City and III will disappear from digital sale

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The arrival of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will have a direct impact on the current versions of all three games. Rockstar has confirmed that it will withdraw both GTA: III, Vice City and San Andreas from digital sale during the week of October 11, 2021. The action will also take place in compilations that include them on all platforms.

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However, if you have any in your possession, you can continue downloading them without restriction of any kind. The sale is only stopped pending the arrival of the remasters.

The Definitive Edition, a boost to three classics

Rockstar Games confirmed an open secret: The Definitive Edition of the three popular installments. We can expect improvements at all levels, from the graphical aspect to some modern gameplay optimizations, all “keeping the feel of the originals.” Official images on what they look like have not transpired, although in recent days it was pointed out that they would have optimizations based on the Unreal Engine graphics engine.

The collection will be marketed sometime in the remainder of 2021, that is, between these weeks of October, November and December. We will know more details in depth “in the coming weeks”. You can get it on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. From the study they prepare a version for iOS and Android devices that will arrive during the first half of 2022.

The truth is that few have been caught by surprise. On October 6, a upgrade Rockstar Launcher hid clues and clues that pointed directly to the compilation. Data mining revealed the logos of each individual title from the source code, as well as files pointing to Epic Games’ Unreal Engine.

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