Following on from rumours of a remastered collection of classic GTA games arriving either later this year or sometime next year, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition has now officially been rated in Korea.
The listing was spotted by Twitter user Nibellion, which revealed the game has been rated by a Korean rating board as of today. Unfortunately, there's no further information on the game, nor confirmation as to which titles it will include, but it's been rumoured to contain Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
The original rumour claimed it would be launching this year, around October or November time, however, another insider later came forward to say it would be sometime in 2022.
We wouldn't be all too surprised if it did launch this year, especially considering the next-gen version of Grand Theft Auto V has been pushed back to 2022. It's said this remastered trilogy will include a mixture of new and old graphics, running on Unreal Engine.
It's looking extremely likely that this is the real deal and we'll be hearing something very soon.
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