It is starting to look rather suspicious, even incomprehensible marketing move, that they are only showing images of the version of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy currently designed for the weakest hardware, and not the release for the more powerful machines (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series…)!
Rockstar Games revealed the images below via its website how Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, all moved over to Unreal Engine 4, will look on the big N’s hybrid platform, where the trilogy’s size is about 25 GB. The visuals aren’t that impressive, which might explain WHY Take-Two and Rockstar don’t want to show the games that much! (Resolution: 720p portable, 1080p docked.)
A couple of days ago, when we wrote about the pre-loading (not on PC, though…), we recapped what the new versions of the three games will bring to the table: “Updated player experience making it easier than ever to play these classic games, including a Grand Theft Auto V-style controller layout; improved gunplay and targeting controls, with upgraded drive-by controls in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas; updated Weapon and Radio Station selection wheels; updated Mini-Maps with enhanced navigation allowing players to set waypoints to destinations; the ability to immediately restart a failed mission, plus new Rockstar Games Social Club Accomplishments for members.
Enhanced visuals, with improved graphics and fidelity across all three games, including higher resolution textures from characters to weapons, vehicles to roads, and much more for greater detail; a completely rebuilt lighting system with enhanced shadows, reflections, and more; improved water and weather effects; enhanced detail in trees and foliage, and increased draw distances to provide a new level of depth and definition. 4K-resolution support with up to 60 frames per second performance for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X systems; Nvidia DLSS support for PC; touch screen camera zooming, pans and menu selections as well as gyroscopic aiming for the Nintendo Switch,” Rockstar and Take-Two wrote.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will launch on November 11 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC (Rockstar Games Launcher only), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch for sixty dollars.
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