Digital Version of Original GTA Trilogy Remaster Coming November 11

Rockstar Games will release the digital version of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition on November 11. This version is coming to PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox consoles and Nintendo Switch. A physical version will be released on December 6 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox consoles.

The release dates of the remasters can be seen in Rockstar’s online store. The games can also be pre-ordered here for sixty euros. The game is available on the PlayStation Store and the Microsoft Store. The digital versions can be played on consoles of both the previous and the current generation.

Rockstar says it has improved the lighting effects and environments for the remasters. There are also textures in higher resolution, there are improved draw distances and the games get the control and targeting of GTA V. The developer says there are “many more” improvements, but does not give any further details at the moment.

The trilogy bundle includes Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City and San Andreas. As far as we know it is not possible to buy the remasters separately. The PC version is coming to the Rockstar Games Launcher; nothing has been said about other launchers yet. Grove Street Games has ported the games. Previously, this developer made iOS and Android ports of GTA games, among other things. The developer was also responsible for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 port of GTA San Andreas. The remaster trilogy will also be coming to iOS and Android next year.

Update, 2:45 PM: Rockstar has revealed more about the remaster. It will be available on PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, Nintendo eShop and Rockstar Games Launcher on November 11. The game will be released physically on December 7 for Xbox Series and One consoles, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4. The remasters will feature GTA V’s circular weapon and radio selection menus, updated minimaps with navigation systems and waypoints, and achievements.

Switch players can further control the game with the built-in motion sensors and the touch-sensitive screen. The PC version again supports Nvidia’s DLSS technology. All titles get improved shadows, weather effects and reflections. In addition, buildings, weapons and roads have been given new textures. The remaster was made in the Unreal Engine. Finally, the remaster of GTA San Andreas will be included in the Xbox Game Pass from November 11.