Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Disappears On PC Temporarily

This disappearance of Grand Theft Auto games is related to the crash of RockStar’s launcher.


In preparation for the arrival of GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, RockStar removed GTA 3, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas from digital shops. However, it seems that a bug has led to the latest remastering of the franchise temporarily disappearing on PC, as it appears that the recent trilogy cannot be purchased in its PC version, something attributed to a significant crash in RockStar’s launcher.

As announced by Rockstar itself on social media, RockStar’s PC platform was down yesterday due to temporary maintenance. As a result, users could not access the launcher’s services, so players cannot access games such as Red Dead Redemption 2 or the previous GTA: Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.

This is why several users have pointed out the impossibility of buying the remastered trilogy for PC, as, at the time of writing, the physical PC version is still not available for purchase on RockStar’s official website. Beyond the launcher crash, it is not known what caused this situation, although the studio responsible for the game thanks players for their patience.

RockStar has not only improved the graphics of three iconic games in the franchise, something it has boasted with new comparison videos but has also introduced seemingly unnoticeable changes to the titles. However, it didn’t take long for the community to notice that an important symbol on Phil Cassidy’s shirt had been removed. While some of the cheats from the original games have also been removed, all three titles hold some curious surprises.

Rockstar Games Launcher went back online today morning, well over a full day after it went down. Most of the games supported by the platform are now playable, but not Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.

Source: wccftech

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