Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, a remastered collection of Rockstar’s three genre-defining crime classics, was released with a fresh touch of unreal engine paintwork and revamped controls, but it also brings with it some notable content cuts in terms of content its scaled-down soundtrack lists and a slightly smaller selection of cheats. How effective are these changes to the three experiences? Well, we don’t know for sure as we didn’t get our hands on the game collection until your time – after it went live on the PSN store today.
Hence, our review of the GTA trilogy is still a long way off; We need to play through all three games, so it’s unlikely we’ll have any final impressions by next week. In the meantime, check out the clips on this page for the opening minutes of the Definitive Editions of Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City and San Andreas in 4K60.
Also check out this video comparison between the original games and their final versions, as well as gameplay footage on Nintendo Switch. If you need me, I’ll be 2001.