Rumors about the reissue of the old Grand Theft Auto still have a foundation — according to Kotaku, they will be released in late October-early November. Speech about GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas remodel Unreal Engine based with “original and modern graphics” — according to eyewitnesses, the games look visually like heavily modified versions of the originals. The interface will also be updated but left in a classic style.
Production is led by Rockstar Dundee — the former Ruffian Games best known for Crackdown 2 and Kinect Star Wars, as well as helping create Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Crackdown 3. Notably, the compilation is created for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, Google Stadia, iOS and Android, but at first the release can only take place on consoles — on PC and smartphones it can be delayed until next year.
At the same time, the remasters originally planned to release somewhere earlier, and then wanted to make them a bonus for acquiring the Next-gen versions of Grand Theft Auto V — now plans have changed again, and the release decided to make it independent for a separate price. The compilation could be the beginning of a succession of ports — Rockstar, for example, is already considering updating the original Red Dead Redemption for modern platforms.
CCeit has also heard from its sources about plans to release updated parts of the old Grand Theft Auto this fall — but we cant confirm information about the engine. More on Game In Clanfolk Life Simulator we are promised historical accuracy Earthcop and Girl: Eastward is released on September 16 Wasp will be next Rainbow Six Siege operative.