The GTA Remastered Trilogy Sure Seems Imminent Now


Last month, we reported that Rockstar Games was planning to release a collection of remastered versions of some classic Grand Theft Auto titles later this year. Now it appears that the (still unofficially announced) collection has received an age rating in Korea. This lines up with new information Kotaku has heard about the upcoming GTA trilogy rerelease.


As spotted by Nibel on Twitter, a new GTA collection title appeared in the Game Rating and Administration Committee database. The GRAC is the South Korean governmental group responsible for reviewing and rating video games. Earlier today, a new database entry was published for something called “Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.”


In August, Kotaku reported that Rockstar Games was developing a remastered GTA collection featuring three PS2-era titles: GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas. This confirmed long-standing fan rumors surrounding the older Grand Theft Auto games. Kotaku learned the collection would be released later this year on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Switch. PC and mobile ports would follow in 2022. The new collection is being developed by Rockstar Dundee, a Scottish studio and one of the newest to join Rockstar Games’ vast, global network of devs.


The name that appears in the GRAC rating board database is interesting as it seems to be referencing a previous Rockstar release: Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy. This was a 2006 collection released for PS2, Xbox, PC, and later PS3.



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