More evi­dence has popped up about the rumored GTA remas­tered tril­o­gy, point­ing to it being real. Kore­a’s rat­ings board has pub­lished a rat­ing for Grand Theft Auto: The Tril­o­gy — Defin­i­tive Edition.

This is not an offi­cial announce­ment, but it seems the rumored remas­ter col­lec­tion of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto Vice City might actu­al­ly be true. It’s been report­ed that Rock­star orig­i­nal­ly planned to launch these remas­ters soon­er, but the COVID-19 pan­dem­ic ruined those plans. 

Accord­ing to an ear­li­er report, the remas­ters are expect­ed to be offered dig­i­tal­ly in a bun­dle on the PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nin­ten­do Switch, Google Sta­dia, and mobile. Rock­star Dundee, the stu­dio for­mer­ly known as Ruf­fi­an Games (known for Crack­down), is said to be in charge of devel­op­ing the remas­ters. The games will run on the Unre­al Engine and will stay most­ly true to their PS2-era origins.

It’s also rumored that if these remas­ters per­form well, Rock­star might con­sid­er remas­ter Red Dead Redemption.

While these games are not con­firmed, we know that Rock­star is work­ing on bring­ing Grand Theft Auto V to the next gen­er­a­tion of con­soles. GTA V will be head­ing to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S in March of 2022.