Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition landing tomorrow in the digital stores of PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Nintendo Switch and PC, although today a player has leaked several gameplay of this compilation of the three timeless classics of Rockstar Games. Taking as a starting point one of the gameplays leaked, specifically that of the remastering of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, YouTube user ChrisBN (goes Wccftech) has made a comparison between the version of GTA: The Trilogy and the original one that was released for PS2 in 2002.
The comparison shows some of the visual aspects that have improved in this remastering, especially with regard to the modeling of the characters, lighting system and shadows. Curiously, despite the obvious improvement in several of the technical sections, some characters seem to have asked for some detail in their facial features and clothes, although as we highlight the improvement in other details such as the environment are more than palpable. If this new look has gotten to you, Rockstar has been releasing several gameplay and images since the announcement so that we can get an idea of what this new collection that can be preloaded looks like.
Discharge sizes in the different systems
Remember that the title will be released in physical format from December 6 of this same year; Those of you who plan to acquire it in digital format can check the installation size in the case of the version for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation systems. Those players who opt for the PC version have at your disposal the minimum and recommended requirements to be able to play in the best conditions at GTA: The Trilogy.