Great new gameplay shots taken from Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy – Definitive Edition was leaked before it had its official debut on consoles and PCs tomorrow, November 12 – and arrives on mobile devices next year.
Pretty long clips, taken from GTA III, Vice City i San Andreas, give us a closer look at the improved game graphics and significantly faster frame rates. They also show some improvements to the user interface.
GTA the remasters look as great as we had hoped
Rockstar Games has already released trailers and screenshots for its new remastered collection, so we had an idea of what to expect. But this gameplay video that leaked to YouTube shows us how they actually play.
It’s almost 30 minutes GTA III i Vice City for enjoyment, as well as a short clip san andreas which was posted on Reddit. All three appear to have been filmed on a PlayStation, but you’ll see a similar experience elsewhere.
As Rockstar promised, the games have significantly improved visuals, without deviating too much from their original look from the PlayStation 2 era. They also feature other interface enhancements, such as the same weapon selection wheel seen in GTA V.
Rockstar has also promised improved controls, and as we can see from these clips, all three games run at at least 60 frames per second. This is a big upgrade over the originals, which were limited to 30 frames per second.
You can also expect at least 60 FPS on your Xbox and PC – and on a mobile device, assuming your device is powerful enough – though it’s likely that games won’t be as fast, or look quite good, on a less powerful Nintendo Switch.
GTA: Trilogy landing tomorrow
All three games, which are in the package Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy – Definitive Edition have their official digital debut on consoles and PCs tomorrow, November 12th. Physical versions will be available next month.
Rockstar has promised that the collection will also hit mobile devices, including the iPhone and iPad, sometime in 2022.
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