GTA: The Trilogy – looks like the big remaster triple is coming

GTA III, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas for different platforms. But the sixth part of the saga will not be ready until 2025.


Today, Take-Two Interactive registered Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition in South Korea, reigniting speculation about a possible remake of Rockstar‘s PS2- and Xbox-generation games.

The information shared by the US company in the Asian country’s content classification system is rather terse, beyond the fact that they have fixed the PC release of the compilation in case there was any doubt. So we’ll have to wait a while longer for confirmation of Rockstar and Take-Two Interactive’s complete plans for GTA III, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas trilogy.

Hints of a supposed remake have been haunting the franchise for months, although it was only in mid-summer that GTA: The Trilogy Remastered’s autumn release. In addition, these media outlets have also reported that all three games will be based on the Unreal Engine, which will allow for more ambitious visual development, and the Nintendo Switch has been mentioned as one of the game platforms.

Here is an imagined – fan-made – trailer:



Of course, Rockstar and/or Take-Two have confirmed none of this beyond today’s Korean announcement. Still, if both Gematsu and Kotaku‘s reports are approved, we can expect information sooner rather than later, with the trilogy due out between October and November.

Rockstar is still working on an X|S adaptation of GTA V for PS5 and Xbox X, but sources say the next instalment in the series, Grand Theft Auto VI, is still a long way off not hitting stores until 2025.

Source: Take-Two Interactive

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