Rockstar games has been in the lab cooking up a few different titles for their fanbase over the past couple years. After re-releasing the same game – GTA V – over 3 different generations of consoles, we are finally going to get a “new” product from the studio. The Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Remastered will feature the completely reworked games of GTA: San Andreas, GTA III, and GTA: Vice City.
The recently released trailer showcases the drastic improvement in the graphics of each of the titles in the trilogy. The game still retains it’s blocky characters and simplistic style but with a shiny new coat of paint. It seems like it will still feel and play like the old games but without the distracting old graphics.
All is well in Grand Theft Auto Trilogy?
The remastered trilogy is one of the (if not the most) anticipated game being released this November. That includes the big game titles like Call of Duty: Vanguard, Battlefield 2042 and many other titles releasing at the start of the holiday season.
Even though this was promised to be a direct revamp of the older games, that might not be the case. Fans have already spotted a difference in the trailer for the trilogy. Apparently Rockstar removed a confederate flag on the shirt of one of the side characters, Phil Cassidy. A skull and cross bones now replaces the white nationalist symbol. Although it is a small change it begs the question of what else has been altered in the divisive game series.
Who doesn’t want to go back in time and relive the wild stories in each of these games. Whether playing as C J, Tommy or Claude, players will get to play their favorite missions in the franchise.
The Grand Theft Auto Remastered Trilogy comes out November 9th on PC, old and Net-gen consoles. Break out your old cheat codes and enjoy!