GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition remains cursed, physical releases delayed

Grand Theft Vehicle: The Trilogy — The Conclusive edition can’t rather capture a break. Regardless of today’s rollout of a title upgrade that repairs lots of bugs that ruined the not-so-definitive rerelease, the news isn’t all rosy. The current obstacle is a hold-up for the physical variations of the trilogy, with Xbox and PlayStation variations pressed back 10 days to Dec. 17, and the Nintendo Change variation being available in “early 2022,” per Rockstar Games’ Twitter account.

Launched digitally in early November, Grand Theft Vehicle: The Trilogy — The Conclusive Edition released in a devastating state that produced a lot of fodder for online mockery as the expected remasters of the timeless Grand Theft Vehicle trilogy — Grand Theft Vehicle III, Grand Theft Vehicle: Vice City, and Grand Theft Vehicle: San Andreas — were rather subjected to all way of visual and performance-related bugs.

Rockstar Games has actually given that excused the launch, mentioning that it would launch updates up until the video games “reach the level of quality they deserve to be.” The bright side is, that procedure appears to have actually begun.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.