A few days ago, we announced that Rockstar Games is preparing a remastering of three of its most popular titles in the GTA franchise. Specifically, we are talking about a renewal of GTA III, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas.
Most recently, a Kotaku report came out with additional details on this trilogy that fans will love. In addition to next-gen consoles and PCs, mobile platforms and Google Stadia will also receive the titles.
The remastered GTA trilogy can be played anywhere
This will not be the first time that Rockstar Games has again focused on these three mythical games. Following the release of the PlayStation 4, the studio adapted this trio for the Sony console.
Now, with a new paradigm in the gaming world, Rockstar seems poised to breathe new life into the most influential GTA titles. The PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X | S will certainly be in the works, but the studio won’t forget about new and growing platforms.
More and more the smartphone is used for games, so this is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of this scenario. In fact, Android and iOS are expected to receive their version of this GTA trilogy.
the services of transmission They are also clearly expanding and cannot be left out. That’s why a Google Stadia version makes a lot of sense these days. Therefore, they will be the first GTA titles to be part of Google’s game services catalog.
With the remastering of this GTA trilogy, Rockstar Games is preparing some modifications to the graphics of these games. Leveraging the potential of today’s platforms, the studio will mix “old and current graphics” to breathe new life into its games.
Still with nothing confirmed by those responsible, it is speculated that this renewed GTA trilogy will be released in 2022. It will be a great way to keep fans entertained while we do not have the long-awaited GTA 6.