A return visit to the fictional cities of Liberty City, San Andreas and Vice City looks imminent. Rockstar has been reported this summer work on remaster Titles include Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, which are allegedly in development at the Scottish publisher’s studio, Rockstar Dundee.
This has now been confirmed by the South Korean government’s Game Rating and Administration Commission (GRAC), whose job is to evaluate and put to the test age-related recommendations. Thus, they often get access to the games prior to launch so that they can make their assessment. GRAC recently published its recommendations titled “Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition”.
The documents were apparently published in error, when they were deleted again shortly thereafter. However, this isn’t the first time GRAC has accidentally revealed an upcoming game title. It so happened that they previously confirmed, among other things History of alpha tests by Diablo II: Resurrection.
It’s not clear when the game might be released or any details about the content beyond general recommendations and age restrictions set by the organization. According to previous information, development is taking place in the Unreal Engine and the games will get a decent visual boost, but the goal is to stay as close to the original titles as possible.
The launch was supposed to have already been planned for October, but players may have to wait a little longer. According to new information, the trilogy is delay. Instead, Rockstar is said to be investing in the launch of PC/Windows platforms, Playstation 5, Playstation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia in November.
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