Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will be released tomorrow November 11 in a digital version. And with less than 24 hours of the game’s marketing, Rockstar Games still hasn’t released any gameplay video from its compilation. But good news for the curious and the more impatient, players who got their hands on the games in advance have started to share clips.
The very first gameplay videos of GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition have just leaked online. To start, and generate even more hype, Rockstar released gifs last night showing the compilation games in action. Players among the first owners of the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition, however, wanted to go further.
GTA’s Definitive Editions unveiled on PS4
It all started on Reddit when a player posted less than a minute of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition. Subsequently, three long videos showing GTA 3 and Vice City were uploaded. In total, more than 75 minutes of gameplay are already available. To make it easier for you, all these videos have been gathered here.
Players who captured this GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition gameplay footage haven’t specified which platforms these videos were made on. The buttons and interface elements that appear on the screen, however, show thatthis is PS4 screenshots.
Thanks to these different videos, it is already possible to see some of the improvements made to the three games. The wheel for selecting weapons from more recent episodes appears, for example, several times. In addition, the considerable increase in the viewing distance is also evident. And this is a big plus compared to the experience offered by the original versions on PS2.
No official video presentation before release?
As a reminder, Rockstar Games describes the improvements made in the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition as follows:
Three emblematic cities, three exceptional stories. Play the classics from the original Grand Theft Auto trilogy that paved the way for the genre: Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas have been updated for a new generation and benefit from enhancements including new lighting and improved environments, high-resolution textures, improved viewing distance, Grand Theft Auto V-inspired controls and aiming and more, which bring these beloved worlds back to life at their best day.
As stated several times, the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will be released on November 11. On that date, the compilation will be available in a digital version on PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC. On all these machines, the game will cost 59.99 euros. As for the box versions, however, it will be necessary to wait until December 7 to get them on consoles.
What do you think of these first glimpses of GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition gameplay? Are you convinced? What platform do you plan to play it on? What improvements are you most interested in? Tell us all in the comments below.