Rockstar Games has made its newly revamped Grand Theft Auto Trilogy collection once again available to PC gamers. The company previously shut down the Rockstar Games Launcher. Once that was over, it turned out that the reconfigurable hardware specifically on the PC was still not bootable.
Rockstar announced now Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is once again available via the Rockstar Games Launcher. This applies to both running and purchasing the package. The company apologized and said it was working to improve and update the overall performance.
The remaster package was released on Thursday, but the same evening ging Rockstar Games Launcher Offline. The company indicated that this is related to maintenance. A day later, the player is back online, but not specifically for GTA remaster for PC. So they are available again since Monday.
Several unofficial explanations have been given for the temporary unavailability of PC versions. For example, there will still be feedback from the developers in an unassembled file, which should give interesting insight into the way it works and the choices Rockstar has made. It also contained unlicensed music. Moreover, the so-called Hof Coffee minigame was also mentioned, with which it is possible to have explicit sex after the adaptation of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, despite the mini-game It may not be playable In current remaster versions.
What may also have played a role is the broad criticism of the Remaster group. It is not only about performance but also about the presence of bugs, glitches, and graphic quality being judged poor. on the site Metacritic The package is generally rated very poorly by users.
Rockstar outsourced the development of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition to Grove Street Games. This is also the studio responsible for the previous mobile versions of the trilogy and the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of GTA: San Andreas.
The bundle consists of remastered versions of GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas for PC, PlayStation and Xbox consoles. On December 7 Physical versions of the games will appear, and next year there will be adapters for iOS and Android.
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