A new report suggests that the long-rumored Grand Theft Auto trilogy remaster may release in November, a few weeks after GTA 3’s 20th anniversary.
Rockstar Games may be getting ready to release the heavily rumored Grand Theft Auto remastered trilogy this November. The remastered trilogy, which would include Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City, and San Andreas is expected to release on all major platforms, including the Nintendo Switch when it does release. It seems the plan is to try and coincide the release of the remastered trilogy around the 20th anniversary of Grand Theft Auto 3 at the end of October.
Although Rockstar has yet to officially announce the remastered trilogy, more and more evidence is piling up suggesting it is on the way. The remastered GTA trilogy was rated in South Korea, suggesting that Take-Two Interactive has started putting the wheels in motion for finalizing the game. Ratings tend to happen closer to the launch of a game, as content needs to be concrete to accurately rate the game. With that said, Rockstar is still totally silent on the alleged remasters, but the company may break its silence very soon.