GTA Trilogy Remake Leaked Via Rating Board
Last month we announced that Rockstar Games are planning to release a collection of remastered versions of some classics. Grand Theft Auto titles later this year. It now appears that the collection (still unofficially announced) has received an age classification in Korea. This corresponds to new information Kotaku heard about the next one RGT reissue of the trilogy.
As spotted by Nibel on Twitter, a new RGT Series title appeared in the Game Review and Administration Committee database. The GRAC is the South Korean government group responsible for evaluating and evaluating video games. Earlier today, a new database entry was posted for something called “Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.“
In August, Kotaku reported that Rockstar Games was developing a remastered RGT collection comprising three titles from the PS2 era: GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas. This confirmed long-standing fan rumors surrounding the former Grand Theft Auto Games. Kotaku has learned that the collection will release later this year on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, and Switch. PC and mobile ports would follow in 2022. The new collection is being developed by Rockstar Dundee, a Scottish studio and one of the most recent to join Rockstar Games’ vast global developer network.
The name that appears in the GRAC Assessment Board database is interesting because it seems to refer to a previous version of Rockstar: Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy. This was a 2006 collection released for PS2, Xbox, PC, and later PS3.
As reported in August, Kotaku said that the plans around these remastered RGT the games had changed and changed a lot over the past year. Originally, the plan was to release them in October or early November. Corn Kotaku Heard from sources that the plan had changed again and now Rockstar plans to release the trilogy in November.
Earlier this month, Rockstar Games announced that the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S ports of GTA V have been delayed. Instead of releasing in November as originally planned, the improved and expanded port of GTA V (which includes GTA Online) is now slated to launch in March 2022. Some fans feared this delay signaled that the remastered trilogy would also creep into 2022. But Kotaku has been told that, at least for now, that’s not the plan. With GTA V’With next-gen ports coming out in November, it makes sense that Rockstar would change their plans around the trilogy to take advantage of this month.
Also, something to remember is that GTA III ‘His 20th birthday is October 22nd and Rockstar announced around this time that he would “fun surprises to share. “Could this be a remastered version of GTA III and two other popular ones from the PS2 era RGT Games? We won’t have to wait long to find out.