For years, there have been arguments that Rockstar has a plan for games that we can call the classics of the Grand Theft Auto series. These arguments were mostly evaluated by the wishes of the fans of the series for a long period of time. But now there are theses whose feet are more firmly on the ground.
In fact, Take-Two Interactive’s removal of some well-known GTA mods recently, and then announcing that they are working on 3 unannounced re-productions, brought such a possibility to mind.
According to the information they obtained from three different sources in Kotaku, remaster versions of three GTA games are on the way confirmed in a sense. Naturally, we can’t say for sure because there is no official statement now, but Kotaku says that their sources are very reliable.
According to these sources, Rockstar; GTA III, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas
Working on remaster versions of . GTA Remastered Trilogy, while being prepared with the Unreal game engine, it was also stated that “old and new graphics” were used. One of the sources said that the visuals gave him the impression of a very modded GTA. Although no details about the gameplay are shared, it is said that we will not wait long for the release date.
In fact, there have been some changes in the plans last year due to the pandemic. Normally, this three-game pack was planned to be given as a bonus to those who purchased the next-gen version of GTA V and GTA Online, but after the main, plans changed and it was decided that this pack would be released on its own in the first months of 2021. Then the plan was changed again and this remaster package is currently planned to be released at the end of October or the beginning of November. The platforms that the package will be released on are; It is listed as PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, Stadia and portable platforms, in short, we can say that it is coming everywhere 🙂 It has also been stated that PC and portable versions may be delayed next year; Rockstar prioritizes console ports.
In the last part of Kotaku’s report, another valuable argument is brought up. Red Dead Redemption
It is claimed that there are also remaster plans for . However, whether new remasters will come or not will depend on the sales performance of GTA Remastered Trilogy.
We are looking forward to the announcement by Rockstar, we are following it very closely.