According to the latest reports the rumoured GTA Trilogy Remastered is real. GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas are being remastered and will use the Unreal Engine.
Rumours about GTA Trilogy Remastered have been floating around the internet for over a year but over the last couple of weeks, we finally got some solid reports regarding this mysterious project.
The Trilogy Remastered is indeed real claims Kotaku, who report that Rockstar will be bringing GTA III, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas back with fancy new visuals and other improvements.
Interestingly, the report states that GTA Trilogy Remastered will use Unreal Engine and will be a mix of new and old graphics.
It looks like Rockstar are trying to keep the original art style but with some improvements. Kotaku sources said the graphics reminded them of a heavily modded version of a classic GTA title.
GTA Trilogy Remastered is scheduled to release later this year as per the report. However, it was planned to launch much earlier but Rockstar had to delay it two times, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apparently, Rockstar plan to pack the games together with the GTA V: Expanded and Enhanced edition, which is scheduled to launch later this year.
Last but not least, GTA Trilogy Remastered will launch on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, PC, Stadia, and mobile.
The PC and mobile version could be delayed to next year as Rockstar want to focus on the console version first, which is a huge disappointment for PC players, which have been left behind by Rockstar in the past. Hopefully that changes moving forward.