The studio conceded that the remastered trilogy “didn’t dispatch in an express that fulfills our own guidelines of value.”
The arrival of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Definitive Edition has not worked out positively. Indeed, we have independently depicted it as a “wreck” and a “trainwreck” that has left fans longing for the first versions, which were delisted when the trilogy came out. Today those fans got some uplifting news: Rockstar is bringing the exemplary versions back.
“Right off the bat, we need to truly apologize to every individual who has experienced issues playing these games,” Rockstar composed. “The Grand Theft Auto seriesand the games that make up this notable trilogyare as extraordinary to us as we probably are aware they are to fans all throughout the planet. The refreshed versions of these exemplary games didn’t dispatch in an express that fulfills our own guidelines of value, or the principles our fans have generally expected.”
It’s not abandoning the remastered trilogy, promising that fixes and enhancements will be conveyed in later updates. Meanwhile, in any case, the “exemplary versions” of Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City, and San Andreas will be gotten back to the Rockstar Store as a pack. Surprisingly better, any individual who possesses the GTA Trilogy, or who buys it through June 30, 2022, will be given the exemplary games for nothing.
The arrival of the first games is uplifting news. Less cheerful is the response to the sorry condition of the trilogy among certain fans, which has prompted engineers of the trilogy “being hassled via online media,” Rockstar said. “We would benevolently request that our local area kindly keep a deferential and common talk around this delivery as we work through these issues.”
A Rockstar rep affirmed that the exemplary GTA trilogy group may be available through the Rockstar launcher, and not on Steam. Rockstar said it will deliver another update when the games are available again.