GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition‘s first proper gameplay trailer has been shown, and we now have confirmations for a number of details about the collection. As revealed in a recently updated page on Rockstar Games’ official website, changes to the games’ driving and gunplay have been confirmed alongside others.
Drive-by controls have been re-worked for Grand Theft Auto 3, and as previously revealed, it will work in a similar way to Grand Theft Auto 5. There have been changes to the games’ gunplay as well, which should help to placate to a modern audience. Players also get to have waypoints, which is a great quality-of-life feature.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy will be releasing on November 11 for all major platforms, and a physical version will be out December 6. Subscribers of Xbox Game Pass and PS Plus will get GTA: San Andreas – Definitive Edition and GTA 3 Definitive Edition respectively.
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