Rockstar’s GTA The Trilogy — The Definitive Edition, has been pulled from the Rockstar Games launcher, which is the only place to buy the bundle for PC. The launcher was also down for some time, but has since been restored.
Of course, GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas were taken off the digital stores ahed of the Definitive Edition’s release, so there’s no way to buy these games in on PC right now.
As first spotted by VGC, GTA fan Vadim M claims to have found the main.scm film within the Definitive Edition’s code on PC. It’s being described as the “holy grail” for each title. The files may include cut content and messages from Rockstar North developers. This would be a good reason for Rockstar to remove the bundle from the store.
According to a report, if the GTA re-release does well, Rockstar would consider remastering the original Red Dead Redemption. Take-Two’s Karl Slatoff recently outlined the company’s position on remasters, saying it’s basically all about the money.