Grand Theft Auto leaks have been abundant in the past few months. With many new and speculative leaks promising a remaster of classic titles, there has yet to be anything promising shown. With TakeTwo Interactive adamant about bringing GTA 5 to next-generation consoles, the wait still seems long for a GTA 6. Despite this, fans have been longing for ways to play classic GTA titles on modern systems. With the titles having leaked in the past, many have been certain of their existence. Whether or not, TakeTwo has been single-handedly ending fan-made projects as well. Including the likes of which that recreate GTA 3, San Andreas, and Vice City. The efforts to also remove source code GTA ports are very telling as to the future decisions Rockstar makes in re-releases. A new release from the Korean rating board GARC, Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy Definitive Edition has been leaked officially.
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Does the GARC Leak Mean Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Definitive Edition Will Release Soon?
Thus proving the existence of the upcoming GTA remasters, the rating is a very definitive reason to believe GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition is coming. The Korean rating board GARC corroborates recent leaks of launch dates in November. While most recently, rereleases have come in the forms of mobile ports, this change would be an interesting one. Seeing how Rockstar hasn’t made modern console remakes, the upcoming releases will surely be interesting. Seeing how the trilogy first landed on Xbox 360 in 2005, the upcoming re-release is highly coveted. While word on announcements has been silent so far, and GTA 5 E&E has been delayed to March 2022, Rockstar will surely release the GTA: Trilogy Definitive Edition to tide fans over. Be sure to check back for more news on when that might be.
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