The world is waiting with bated breath for Rockstar Games to officially unveil GTA 6, but in the meantime, it looks like we’ll have to settle for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition, which launches for PS5 (review), PS4, Xbox One (review), Xbox Series S / X (review), Nintendo Switch and PC tomorrow, November 11th. A day before the launch of the game, leaked gameplay footage appeared online.
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The leaked gameplay shows improvements to the gameplay, such as the inclusion of the weapon selection wheel found on GTA V. As for the official footage, there is a trailer available from the trilogy, which mainly focuses on the scenes in the games to highlight the graphical improvements made. Other enhancements and enhancements include better use of the Mini Card, trophy and achievement support, motion and touch screen support, and more.
Just so you understand the age of these three games, you can download and play GTA III and Vice City on your Android smartphone via the Play Store. Once you needed a PC or a console to play these games, but today your smartphone is powerful enough to run them. GTA: III was released back in October 2001, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was released in 2002, while Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was released in 2004.
We have seen many games receive the remaster treatment that brings some truly classic games to a modern audience. Not to mention the fact that we’ll be receiving a next-gen version of GTA: V for the PS5 and Xbox Series consoles in 2022. To put things in perspective, GTA: V was a game across generations that was launched for Xbox 360 and PS3 in addition to Xbox One and PS4.