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GTA Trilogy Remastered launched on 11th November



GTA Trilogy Remastered launched on 11th November

The Grand Theft Auto III 20th anniversary is coming up, and this year Rockstar Games has something special in store for fans. You’ll be able to pick up two remastered versions of games from the series: San Andreas and Vice City! The bundle arrives digitally on November 11th (the former release date) PS5/Xbox One -Physical editions will also hit consoles December 7th so it’s not too late if you want some nostalgia or just want all three again before picking which one gets added onto your shelf permanently later down the line…

Rockstar might be charging $60 for the trilogy, but given that it originally cost a few bucks each before they were pulled from digital storefronts this month and come out in November on Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now respectively.

With the new updates, players can expect to see their favorite games looking better than ever. The most obvious changes are upgraded visuals that have been enriched with higher resolution textures and enhanced weather effects among other things such as improved character models for vehicles or thorough lighting system overhauls depending on which game is being updated; all while trying not sell this visual upgrade at any cost because it’s still Vice City through and through!

Enhanced for a more immersive experience, the enhanced ports on PS5 and Xbox Series X allow for higher frame rates to give an even smoother gameplay. PC players can also enjoy upscaling tech that uses deep learning such as “DLSS” with support from NVIDIA’s gyroscopes included in this version of Switch rights out there!

Rockstar has changed the gameplay in many ways. The controller layout now matches up with GTA V, and there are changes to gunplay as well for an improved experience. You’ll be able to select your weapon at any time from their own selection wheels or minimap (such as being given a waypoint) which makes this update much better than previous titles had been!

John Wesley is the Seiner Editor on Native Gamer. He manage all about Gaming details, News, Guides and tweets about video games.

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