The GTA Trilogy is back in the Rockstar Games Launcher. As the developers communicate in the support area of their website, the game collection was updated and made available again. Means: The GTA Trilogy can be purchased on PC again and — finally — also play. Rockstar Games had initially removed from GTA 3, San Andreas and Vice City after the release from his launcher. On Twitter, the developers informed that the PC version comprises some content that should not be part of the game.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Edition has been updated and is now available again via the Rockstar Games Launcher to play and buy, says now on the Rock star Support page. Which content made it unintentionally into the game can only be speculated. Detainees had found in the data of the game, among other things, remote music. The titles are obviously still available, but are not played in the games. Individual scripts and notes of rock star employees were also discovered. It is possible that the developers have finally removed the data after the update from GTA Trilogy.
We apologize for the inconvenience many times, writes Rockstar Games. The GTA Trilogy came to the market on November 11th. That the collection still requires one or the other update show the player comments in the social networks. In addition to graphics bugs, performance problems are currently reported, among other things. Rockstar Games: We are working to improve and update the performance as a whole. We would like to thank everyone for their patience as we solve these problems. At what time with an update is not to be out of the information. Tips for the game entry at Vice City are available under this link.
From David Martin editor 15.11.2021 at 08:09