We've got some huge news to share courtesy of Kotaku, which is reporting that a GTA remastered trilogy is not only in the works for Xbox, but it's "currently in the final stages of development" and will be releasing sometime this fall.
The outlet says that (according to its sources) this will focus on "remakes or remasters of classic, PS2-era Grand Theft Auto titles" in the form of GTA 3, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas. The games are reportedly being remastered using Unreal Engine, and will be a mix of "new and old graphics", said to be reminiscent of a heavily-modded classic GTA title. The UI is also being updated, but will retain a similar classic style to the originals.
"No details were shared about gameplay, but Kotaku has been told these remastered titles are trying to stay true to the PS2-era GTA games as much as possible."
As of now, it's said that the plan is to release this trilogy around late October or early November for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S (along with a variety of other platforms), most likely in a digital-only form. It's reportedly being handled by Rockstar Dundee, which is also helping out on GTA V's next-gen version arriving this November.
There's obviously a lot of excitement surrounding this, so we'll let you know if and when we get confirmation.
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