Between GTA 3, Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, it felt like the Rockstar sandbox game never could and never would correct a free-roaming foot. Nevertheless, GTA Definitive Edition is now available on Steam, thanks to its recent arrival. It's still buggy, but it's certainly worth a try as we await the GTA 6 release date.
The Epic Games Store has a 50% discount on GTA Definitive Edition, which includes all of the original Grand Theft Auto trilogy for $29.99 USD (£29.99 GBP). This new version unfortunately does not come with the substantial Rockstar patch we've been waiting for, meaning that many of the original technical issues are likely to remain.
Rockstar might give it a makeover with GTA Definitive Edition now available on a number of PC storefronts.
GTA 3 is likely to be the most stable of the re-releases, with texture clipping and janky character models mostly affecting Vice City and San Andreas. Despite these, the original, eye-catching rain effects from SA have been eliminated, and there's still plenty to do in the open-world series thanks to regular GTA 5 updates.
The first GTA 6 trailer should arrive sooner rather than later, although Red Dead Redemption 2 enthusiasts will probably not get much new content, since the last major update for the western game will be released in 2021.
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