Friday, November 25

GTA: the Trilogy shows new images for Nintendo Switch

GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition Candy is about to go on sale for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch next November 11th. While for Android and iOS will go on sale in 2022. Although we recently showed you some new images of the video game that reveal the powerful face lift they had had GTA 3, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas, now we can take a look at some new screenshots of the titles on Nintendo Switch, the hybrid that allows us to enjoy these works anywhere and at any time.

The screenshots shown in Switch desktop mode, so are in 1080p quality, making it clear that in portable mode the resolution would drop to 720p, something that has been normal in the hybrid. But, even so, these images are good examples to continue reaffirming that, although for many the graphic differences are somewhat insignificant, there continue to be improvements.

We leave you right here the images we told you about from GTA: The Trilogy en Nintendo Switch:

GTA The Trilogy

GTA The Trilogy

GTA The Trilogy

GTA The Trilogy

GTA: The Trilogy can now be pre-loaded in the eShop

Remember that from the eShop, and from Microsoft consoles and soon on Sony consoles, it can already be preloaded GTA: The Trilogy without any problem, so it is a good time to get everything ready for its launch moment. Rockstar has shown once again, after several images and some other trailer, that their works are eternal and that they can survive the passage of time without problems, thanks to their complex stories, so fresh gameplay and dynamic titles (how they missed those classic GTAs).

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We know, on the other hand, that the weight of GTA: The Trilogy will be approximately 40 GB on Sony machines (38.72 GB). So it is better that you go making space in your systems if you are going to play on a PS4 or a PS5. Evidently, Switch see all that reduced and we don’t need to have so much space to be able to play the new thing from the studio that brought us Red Dead Redemption 2 at the time.

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