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GTA Trilogy arrives on Steam, still broken (but on sale)

A strange looking woman sits in a restaurant as seen in GTA San Andreas remastered.

Screenshot: Rockstar games

Today, after some leaks and rumors, Rockstar Games has come out Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition on steam. The good news: it’s on sale, which means you can grab all three classic games for cheap. The bad news: It’s the same infamously messy remaster that hasn’t gotten a substantial update for almost a year now. As you might expect, people are not too happy about the situation.

Rewind to November 2021. A few months later we reported for the first time which Rockstar planned to remaster Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas, the games launched on PlayStation, Xbox, Switch and PC through Rockstar’s own store. And while they could be looks good-especially in some urban areas at night– they were bug-filled disasters full of all sorts of odd visual glitches and errors. The community tried to fix some of this, but many muds decided not to help after Rockstar went after PC mods and fan ports of yesteryear over the past few months before launch GTA spell.

Rockstar eventually had to apologize to the community because the remasters were so awful. Ultimately, Rockstar and Grove street games have repaired some of the problems that players had cataloged online. But the last major update for the game has arrived February 2022. Since then, the remastered trilogy has remained in fairly rough condition. So it doesn’t seem like the best time to release it on a new platform and yet here we are.

Released earlier todaythe remastered GTA trilogy is out now on Steam. You might think that after such a long wait between the initial release on PC via the Rockstar Launcher and today’s Steam launch, Rockstar has released another major patch to further enhance the collection. But while that’s a sensible thought, it’s not really the case. Instead, these are the same broken and buggy games which have since received no update at all the minor performance update in October 2022 that solved nothing.

To be honest, GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Editionn is currently on sale on Steam as part of a larger Rockstar Games deal, so you’re only paying $30 for three games. But it still seems pretty daring to ask people to buy something that has been so consistently reported over the past two years as broken, buggy and bad, and not offer even a small patch to improve things.

my city has reached out to Rockstar regarding any future updates to the remastered GTA trilogy.

Players, of course, are not happy about this. On Twitter, in response to Rockstar’s tweet announcing the Steam ports, you can find a lot of angry and confused players, not sure why this took so long, why it’s still broken and why Rockstar thinks this is okay. There aren’t many reviews for one of the classics GTA games in the collection, but early reviews are full of people complaining about bugs or that the games don’t run well on the Steam Deck at all.

While some hope that Rockstar will still swoop in, patch these games and fix all visual bugs and other issues, that seems more unlikely after today. Instead, it looks like this is as good as it gets. Not to mention that Rockstar has plans to release these games on the Epic Store later this month as well. Looks like it’s time to fix GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas is up and Rockstar is ready to move on. What a pity.

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