Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Patches Arrive Next Week

After three months and many reviews, new hotfixes are coming for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy. Although what the patches are supposed to fix has yet to be announced, Rockstar has confirmed that they will be implemented on all platforms. The studio shared the update on Twitter earlier this morning, writing, “New patches are coming next week for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Edition on all platforms. We appreciate the patience and support from the community.”

Last November, GameSpot gave Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy a 4 in its review of the collection, citing “game-breaking bugs”, “mobile port artifacts that diminish and ruin gameplay”, and “ugly character models”. “Among the many reasons the games didn’t work. Shortly after release, Rockstar issued an apology to gamers regarding the condition of the collection, admitting that the games “have not been released in a condition that meets our own quality standards, or the standards to which our fans expect”. Rockstar then released a patch that fixed over 100 bugs spread across all three games, fixing stability issues, spelling mistakes, environmental hazards, and basically making them playable.

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Despite these issues, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy proved successful for publisher Take Two, selling around 10 million copies. Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick said that while the studio was “a bit disappointed with the quality initially,” he was “grateful” that most of these issues with the collection have been resolved or will be within the next few days. coming months. While Take Two has yet to share patch notes for the incoming update, it seems safe to assume these are the ones Zelnick mentioned and will improve the overall stability of the series.

However, this update falls short of fan requests for improvements to Red Dead Online, which currently make up the majority of responses to Rockstar’s tweet announcing the fixes.

In other news, Grand Theft Auto V has now sold 160 million copies, while a new edition of the game is heading to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S in March. Additionally, Rockstar has now confirmed that GTA 6 is officially in development.

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