Watch the Trailer of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition

The GTA Trilogy release date has been revealed.

Watch the Trailer of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition

Rockstar just revealed the release date of the Grand Theft Auto – The Trilogy. The collection of games is digitally released on 11th November 2021 and will arrive in disk format later by 6th December 2021.

Furthermore, the Grand Theft Auto 3 – Definitive Edition will also arrive to PlayStation Now by the 7th of December. This is indeed a great news for PlayStation fans. However, PlayStation Now currently does not exist in Australia.

The Trilogy consists of remastered classics, including Grand Theft Auto 3, GTA Vice City, and GTA San Andreas. Furthermore, the Trilogy is set to release on PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

In Australia, the Trilogy will cost you $90.5 as all the titles come in a bundle of three. Though, this is based on currency conversion. Rockstar might release region-specific details about the Grand Theft Auto bundle price sooner or later.



The Trilogy is now available for pre-ordering on the official Rockstar website. But that is not all. Other than the release date and initially expected prices, Rockstar has also unveiled a gameplay trailer of the Trilogy.



Players will get to explore the epic stories set in three iconic cities, which is nostalgic for some and might be totally new for the newer generation of gamers.


The Grand Theft Auto 3 is set in the fictional Liberty City (based loosely on NYC), following the story of the silent Claude, who finds himself entangled in the world of gang warfare and crime.

Similarly, the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is set in the fictional Vice City (based loosely on Miami) following the story of Tommy Vercetti, who rises to power.

Lastly, we have the nostalgic Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, which follows the story of Carl Johnson in the fictional state, San Andreas, which is inspired by California and Nevada.


Across the various enhancements, Rockstar has decided to include new environmental upgrades along with better lighting, higher-resolution textures, and enhanced draw distances. But that is not all.

Rockstar is also bringing GTA 5 style targeting and controls along with a lot more to the beloved cities, hence giving the classics an all-new life.



  • GTAV-style controller layout Improved gunplay and targeting, with upgraded drive-by controls in GTA: San Andreas
  • Updated Weapon and Radio Station selection
  • Mini-Maps with enhanced navigation allowing players to set waypoints to destinations
  • Ability to immediately restart a failed mission
  • New Rockstar Games Social Club Accomplishments for members
  • Higher resolution textures from characters to weapons, vehicles to roads, and much more for better rendering
  • Completely rebuilt lighting system with enhanced shadows, reflections, and more
  • Water and weather effects enhanced
  • Improved detail of trees and foliage
  • Increased draw distances to provide new level of depth and definition
  • 4K-resolution support with up to 60 FPS performance for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X
  • NVIDIA DLSS support for PC Touch screen camera zooming, pans and menu selections
  • Gyro aiming for Nintendo Switch


Watch the trailer of Grand theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition


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