GTA: The Trilogy | Rockstar apologizes and promises improvements

After the premiere of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition on computers and consoles on November 11th, players discovered many bugs and strange situations. This Friday (19), Rockstar Games published an official note apologizing for the troubled release, promising updates and the return of the classic versions on PC (which were withdrawn for the arrival of the compilation).

“Updated versions of these classic games [GTA III, Vice City e San Andreas] have not been released in a state that meets our own quality standards or the standards our fans have come to expect,” says the developer’s statement.

Next, they say they plan to resolve “the unexpected technical issues that have surfaced.” One of the solutions is a free update that should arrive in the next few days, but without a revealed date. “With every planned update [para o futuro], the games will reach the level of quality they deserve,” promised Rockstar.

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Old GTA will come back

Much of the public’s criticism was that the arrival of Definitive Edition caused the removal of previous versions of digital stores. To remedy this, at least on PCs, the company has promised to make it available again Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in the Rockstar Store, as a package. There is no information on whether the PS Store, Microsoft Store and Nintendo eShop will also have this change.

The company also claims that those who purchased the remastered trilogy will receive the three older versions, free of charge, in Rockstar’s Launcher library until June 30, 2022. It’s worth remembering that the collection was removed from the company’s game management software, but has returned a few days later.

Rockstar further highlights that members of the development team are under attack on social media, and they “kindly ask our community to maintain a respectful and civilized speech” as they work on updates.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S. For now, the definitive version of San Andreas is included in the Game Pass catalog.

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