GTA Trilogy Remastered release reportedly postponed to 2022

The release of GTA 5 on next-gen in November will unfortunately cause a delay for the release of GTA Trilogy Remastered, which means fans are going to have to wait a little longer to revisit Vice City and Liberty City.

Grand Theft Auto 5 is an unstoppable force. Since its release eight years ago, the game has continued to attract many players thanks in particular to GTA Online.

In addition, the game will soon experience a new lease of life since it will finally be released on the consoles of the new generation.

However, this release could well have an impact on GTA Trilogy Remastered which is highly anticipated by fans.

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Players are going to have to be patient before they can finally get their hands on GTA Trilogy Remastered.

GTA Trilogy Remastered Postponed To 2022?

In an interview with TheMW2Ghost during the Gold Gold Podcast, Tom Henderson, famous dataminer, gave new information about the remastered version of GTA Trilogy.

Discussing the status of Rockstar Games’ upcoming games roster, Tom Henderson says he has “heard different things”Reports claiming that GTA Trilogy Remastered will be released this year.

It’s not just a little time-saver.”Explains co-host Tom Henderson of the importance of remasters.

About the likelihood of seeing GTA Trilogy Remastered this year, TheMW2Ghost said: “Releasing a banger like GTA Trilogy Remastered the same year as GTA 5 on next-gen is weird“. Henderson, meanwhile, thinks that “we will see the game arrive next year“.

GTA 5 next-gen will arrive on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S on November 11. Until then, it is likely that new information regarding GTA Trilogy Remastered will be communicated.

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