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.