Rockstar’s GTA 3, GTA Vice City, and GTA San Andreas are all rumored to be getting remastered versions from Rockstar Games. For months, there have been whispers regarding remastered GTA titles, and now a fresh report from Kotaku, claiming credible sources, has given some details.
GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas Remastered to launch soon
It all started when Rockstar Games’ parent company, Take-Two Interactive, began filing DMCA takedowns on GTA modifications. In an earnings call, the firm even announced that three remastered titles are in the works. According to Kotaku, the titles in question are actually GTA remasters.
Rockstar Games is working on remastered versions of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, according to the source. For the remastering of these vintage titles, the firm will employ Unreal Engine. It’ll be a combination of new and vintage visuals, according to reports. One insider even informed Kotaku that the remastered GTA games’ graphics reminded them of a modified GTA game.
These games’ revamped interfaces will keep the traditional look. The gameplay will most likely be similar to that of the old GTA games. According to the source, the remastering of these games will be handled by British game production firm Rockstar Dundee (not to be confused with the Dundie awards).
According to the rumor, the remastered Grand Theft Auto titles would be released in late October or early November. They’ll be available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, Stadia, and mobile phones, among other platforms. However, it’s possible that Rockstar Games will push out the PC and mobile launches until next year. While you wait, check out some interesting games like Grand Theft Auto 5 and the finest GTA 5 modifications.
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