Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition goes on sale this Thursday, November 11 starting at 16:00 (CET). Players on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC will be able to return to the mythical cities of Liberty City, Vice City and San Andreas with GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas completely remastered. What better way to check than an assortment of comparison videos between the original versions of PS2 and those renovated in PS5. YouTube channel Cycu1 is the author of the following videos.
It may interest you:
- All the cheats, keys and codes of GTA San Andreas for PC, PS5, PS4 and Xbox
- All the cheats, keys and codes of GTA 3 for PC, PS5, PS4 and Xbox
- All the cheats, keys and codes of GTA Vice City for PC, PS5, PS4 and Xbox
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Vice City and Liberty City are three legendary titles in the Rockstar Games saga; emblems of its time that now experience improvements not only in the technical section, as we can see in the videos, but also in the strictly mechanical plane, with improvements in the control and handling of the vehicles, added to details of quality of life. All editions have unique, independent characteristics; like DLSS on PC or touch screen on Nintendo Switch.
Graphical comparison of San Andreas, Vice City and GTA III, how much have they improved?
Other examples that Rockstar highlights in its communications are readjustments in aiming and target setting; the weapon dial system; updated radios; minimap improvements with navigation to set destinations; plus updated achievements and trophies on PlayStation and Xbox.
On Nintendo Switch, the hybrid console will arrive with specific controls such as gyroscope pointing, the option to zoom the camera, pan and select menu options with the touch screen.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition It comes out this November 11 on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC, PS5 and Nintendo Switch in digital format; also on Xbox Game Pass in the case of San Andreas. On December 3, GTA III will be chosen for PS Now. Lastly, this December 7th It will go on sale in physical format for Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation consoles.