GTA Trilogy Returns To PC, As Rockstar Promises More Improvements

The compilation package featuring updated versions of GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas is once again playable and purchasable through the Rockstar Launcher.

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Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition is once again available to purchase and play on PC. The studio said on Sunday that it has reinstated the game through the Rockstar Launcher on PC. It was removed shortly after launch on November 11 amid reports that the game's "holy grail" files had been discovered.

In its announcement, Rockstar also pledged that it would continue to improve the experience on PC amid reports that the game is struggling in some capacity.

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"We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience, and are working to improve and update overall performance as we move forward," Rockstar said in a tweet.

The Definitive Edition comes with updated versions of GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas featuring better visuals, refrigerators borrowed from GTA V, and GTA V-style controls.

According to a report, if the GTA re-releases perform well, Rockstar might remaster Red Dead Redemption next. Take-Two's Karl Slatoff recently outlined Take-Two's position on remasters, saying it's all about the money.

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