Yet more information regarding the release of remastered GTA Trilogy Titles has surfaced as South Korea’s game rating board has officially put up the ratings for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy- The Definitive Edition. Sounds quite exciting and it’s yet another crumb of evidence that strongly suggests that Take-Two and Rockstar are working on remastering some of their best and most popular releases.
The game is not meant for everyone
The details make a lot of things very clear. The applicant is Take-Two Interactive Co., Ltd., and the classification date is very recent as well while the game’s name as mentioned before is Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy- The Definitive Edition. Like always, these games aren’t meant to be played by younger audiences due to their graphic nature and themes. Even now we don’t have any official statement by Take-Two though.
The release of GTA Trilogy is not just baseless rumors
Now for anyone who hasn’t been keeping up, the GTA Trilogy comprises GTA III, GTA Vice City, and GTA San Andreas. For a while now rumors have been floating around the release of GTA Trilogy remastered version, which is also said to come to platforms like PC, Console, and Mobile. It started when Take-Two claimed that they’re working on “iterations of previously released titles” and Rockstar said that they had “fun surprises” to honor Grand Theft Auto III’s 20th anniversary. Take-Two has also been targeting mods for games in the GTA Trilogy in the recent past so it’s probably safe to say that they have something being worked on behind the scenes that they aren’t ready to reveal to players yet.
That being said, GTA III will turn 20 this October 22nd so it’s possible that we get an official statement regarding the remastered versions soon.
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