- A lot of you will surely be happy to hear this latest news coming from Steam.
- Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Remastered will be joining the platform soon.
- This is the conclusion drawn after the latest leak showing the mentioned titles.
- Each game is listed separately, so it might mean you will also buy them that way.
Believe it or not, someone on gtaforums claimed that Rockstar published a support page for its upcoming remasters of three classic Grand Theft Auto games early, leaking new details about them.
What awesome news for all the GTA series aficionados out there, considering that if true, the leak describes what enhancements the remasters will bring and reveals some pretty high system requirements.
We could soon have GTA Trilogy on Steam
Grand Theft Auto fan forum user alloc8or posted what seems to be a product description and PC system requirements for GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition.
The provided link leads to an error page on Rockstar’s support site which suggests that the company published the information and then quickly took it down.
If what’s on the forum is actually real, the updates in the remaster of these three games could be significant.
The available product description mentions upgraded lighting, textures, and draw distances, as well as controls remodeled after those in Grand Theft Auto V.
As far as system requirements go, they don’t look terribly high for a modern game but do look unusual for remasters of games that came out between 2001 and 2004, and they are higher than GTAV’s PC requirements.
Surprisingly, the minimum requirements posted include a GTX 760, whereas GTAV’s recommended graphics card is a GTX 660.
This also points to the fact that 45GB of storage space will be required, presumably for all three games combined.
Further information for each of the three games also showed up on SteamDB today. Each title is listed as an individual game, suggesting they will most likely be sold separately.
So far Rockstar has only confirmed a PC version of the remaster trilogy for its own Rockstar Games launcher. A Steam release could be on delay, as Rockstar recently removed the original versions of these games from Steam.
The creator of the series confirmed last week that it is remastering Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
And, if you were wondering, it is also coming to iOS and Android, but sometime next year.