Today, Rockstar Games released a statement where the editor apologizes for the various technical and visual issues that players have documented in the recently released version Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition. More importantly, Rockstar promises updates to fix these issues. The publisher also announced that it will be bringing back the classic versions of the previously removed from the list GTA trilogy on the PC via the own Rockstar Store and owners of the remastered games receive these recurring classics GTA Title free.
That remastered GTA trilogy was launched on November 11th and shortly afterwards social media was filled with complaints from gamers who discovered it lack of fog, broken rain, ugly character models, new and old mistakes, and more. The games are also prone to crashes, and on Switch, gamers have reported poor performance and stability.
“The Grand Theft Auto series – and the games that make up this iconic trilogy – are as special to us as we know them to fans around the world,” said Rockstar in his statement. “The updated versions of these classic games were not released in a state that met our own quality standards or the standards our fans have come to expect.”
“We have ongoing plans to address the technical issues and improve every game in the future. With every planned update, the games will achieve the quality they deserve. “
Make appear for the botched launch and buggy games, Rockstar announced that it will be the classic versions of. brings back GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas via the own Rockstar Games Store.
According to the publisher, these classic games will soon be back in a bundle and anyone who owns the new remastered trilogy on PC via Rockstars Store will automatically receive these classic games for free. This deal runs until June 2022. Back in October, Rockstar pulled the original versions of this popular one GTA Games from digital shop windows without warning.
It should be noted that these new versions of the game, created using the Unreal engine, were developed by Grove Street Games and not Rockstar. In his statement, Rockstar urged fans to stop bothering the developers behind these new remasters.
In its statement, Rockstar also said that a new update for the trilogy will be coming soon that will fix “a number of issues” players have with the remastered collection.
The start of these remastered games was a huge mess. When the trilogy started PC gamers were banned from playing the remastered titles for days since Rockstar removed files that shouldn’t be in the game. IMany believed that these files could be a series of songs that Rockstar no longer had the licenses to play which were still in the assets of the remastered collection. Rockstar has not confirmed what was removed or why since these games were brought back to PC after the delay.