GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition Allegedly Coming To Steam And Epic Games Store

The compilation of remasters is finally slated to arrive on the popular storefronts.

Story Highlights
  • GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition was a remastered collection of Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas that featured numerous refinements. However, its launch was controversial due to bad optimization.
  • Rockstar Games is releasing the collection on Epic Games Store and Steam on January 19th, as suggested by a prominent leaker, billbil-kun. The leaker is uncertain about its arrival on Steam, but multiple leaks in the past have ascertained it.
  • An update in the Rockstar Games Launcher in the past revealed the studio's plan to release the remastered trilogy in the aforesaid stores. Moreover, the Steam tracking site, SteamDB, also suggested GTA Trilogy's coming on the Steam storefront.
  • We suggest taking the news with a slight grain of salt; Rockstar Games has not officially confirmed the particulars yet.

The release of GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition turned out to be a tragedy full of unchecked bugs. It was an inelegant clutter of GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas sold as a compilation that watered away the anticipations of the gaming community. Despite the incurred backlash, the triad garnered millions of sales since its release.

Rockstar Games has seemingly continued to fix the lingering issues to make the games playable, but the remastered collection has still not been available on popular PC digital stores. However, Rockstar is allegedly seeking to expand GTA Trilogy to Steam and Epic Games Store to increase accessibility on PC.

As per the accredited leaker, billbil-kun, GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition is slated to arrive in the Epic Games Store on January 19th in just a few days. The leaker holds a good track record of surfacing various PlayStation Plus games and Epic Games Store giveaways accurately over the span of a few months.

The leaker shared the alluring prospect through the Twitter handle, noting that GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition will anchor on Epic Games Store at 4 PM UTC on January 19th. Moreover, GTA Trilogy will also go on a giant sale, slashing half the total price in its first week to attract a slew of new gamers wanting nostalgia.

It is worth noting that the leaker is unsure regarding GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition’s arrival on the Steam platform. However, recent updates to SteamDB, the Steam tracking site, have suggested that Rockstar Games is planning on releasing the polemical set of modern classics on the storefront.

Furthermore, a prominent Rockstar Games insider, videotech_ on Twitter, also noticed a significant backend update in the Rockstar Games Launcher in December. The update additionally hints that the company is scheming to release GTA Trilogy on the prominent Steam and Epic Games Store.

We suggest taking the news with a slight grain of salt, as nothing has been officially confirmed despite subtle hints by Rockstar Games over the last month. It will not be far-fetched for the studio to release GTA Trilogy on Steam and Epic Games Store, as that would benefit the developers by bringing more sales and recognition.

GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition came with a plethora of visual and gameplay refinements to serve as a nostalgic ode to the alluring classics. The remastered trilogy included features like pristine lighting and shadows, better models and animations, enriched audio, enhanced vehicles, and included 4K resolution support.

What are your thoughts about Rockstar Games finally releasing the contentious compilation, GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition, on Steam and Epic Games Store? Do you think the remasters will see a resurgence of players upon their rumored arrival? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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