GTA: The Trilogy Definitive Edition also coming to Nintendo Switch
So far, Rockstar has published screenshots of the PC and next-gen consoles for the upcoming GTA: The Trilogy Definitive Edition. Now, six images from the Nintendo Switch port have been added to the Rockstar Store page of this release that brings together Grand Theft Auto III (released in 2001), Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (launched in 2002), and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, a title that arrived in 2004.
The aforementioned trio wasn't simply repackaged to launch as GTA: The Trilogy Definitive Edition. All three titles included in the package are remastered games, with both gameplay upgrades and multiple visual enhancements. Sadly, it seems that the Nintendo Switch port is not up to the expectations. On the other hand, the port includes Gyro aiming support, touch screen camera zoom, pan, and menu selection.
In addition to the moment's popular consoles and Windows PCs, GTA: The Trilogy Definitive Edition is also expected to reach smartphones and tablets. Unfortunately, there is no official launch date to talk about yet. However, what we know is that the Android and iOS versions of this game should arrive in the first half of 2022.
Since these are three of the most popular open-world games ever made, I am sure that many of our readers have their own GTA-related memories, so feel free to hit the comments section.