Grand Theft Auto Trilogy: The Definitive Edition is happening

Long-rumored, Rockstar was working on remastering Grand Theft Auto 3 and GTA 3 for the PS2. The South Korean games rating board has confirmed the existence of these remasters, and has classified Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. The collection has been rated as “youth not permitted” per a machine translation.
The remasters were reportedly planned for an earlier release, but have experienced various delays internally. Their existence was confirmed thanks to Take-Two’s announcement to investors that it is working on three unannounced “iterations” of previously released titles. Notable is the publisher’s recent aggressiveness towards mods that use assets from these games.

Kotaku reported that the remasters were done by Rockstar Dundee. This was the former studio known as Ruffian games, which was itself a spinoff of Realtime Worlds. DMA Design, now Rockstar North and in Edinburgh, was also involved in the project. Those Scots eh.

The games will be remastered with Unreal Engine, a mixture of old and new graphical styles, and an updated UI that brings the games closer to Grand Theft Auto’s latest iterations. It is possible to take this information with a grain of salt. However, the trilogy will be available for PC in 2022.

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