GTA Trilogy Has Returned To PC; Rockstar Will Make More Improvements

Rock­star’s Grand Theft Auto: The Tril­o­gy — The Defin­i­tive Edi­tion has returned to Rock­star’s launch­er for PC users to pur­chase. The stu­dio announced the game’s return on Sun­day. It was pre­vi­ous­ly removed on Novem­ber 11th after it was report­ed the game’s “holy grail” files were discovered.

With­in its announce­ment, Rock­star also promised to con­tin­ue to improve the expe­ri­ence on PC amid reports the game is struggling.

We sin­cere­ly apol­o­gize for the incon­ve­nience, and are work­ing to improve and update over­all per­for­mance as we move for­ward,” Rock­star tweeted.

Accord­ing to a report, if the GTA re-releas­es do well, Rock­star will con­sid­er remas­ter­ing Red Dead Redemp­tion. Take-Two’s Karl Slatoff recent­ly out­lined the com­pa­ny’s posi­tion on remas­ters, say­ing it’s just about the money.

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