Polish news publication PPE has recently claimed that the recently announced and long-rumored Grand Theft Auto – The Trilogy – Definitive Edition will have a boxed physical release on December 7 this year. As translated and reported by VGC, the information comes from retailers familiar with the matter.
It’s also said that only the PS4, Xbox One, and Switch versions will be releasing on December 7th, while current-gen versions will be pushed to next year. The report does not mention anything about the PC platform, which isn’t surprising, considering that most games don’t have a physical release on the platform. A digital release could be coming as soon as November, as reported earlier by noted insider Tom Henderson.
Recently, it’s also been speculated that the game might be priced at $70 for current-gen platforms, according to leaked retailer listings for the same. If the collection turns out to be merely a souped-up version of games that are all decades old at this point, the price might not sit too well with people. Rockstar is also delisting the original games across all PC storefronts, which seems to be adding more fuel to the fire.