Today it has been put on sale Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, a compilation for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X / S, PS5 and Nintendo Switch that includes the classics GTA 3, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas, with all kinds of graphical and playable improvements by 59,99 euros, currently only in digital, although it will be released in physical on December 7. Throughout today we have shown you abundant gameplay on PS5, on Nintendo Switch and now it is the turn of the version of Xbox Series X, for which we have captured three videos natively from the console in performance mode a 4K 60fps.
Gameplay from GTA 3 en Xbox Series X:
Gameplay from Vice City en Xbox Series X:
Gameplay from San Andreas en Xbox Series X:
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition count as visual enhancements with higher resolution textures, a new lighting system with improved shadows and reflections, improved environmental effects (such as water, fog or rain), more detailed vegetation, new three-dimensional details in buildings and windows, and an extended drawing distance with more depth and definition.
Regarding the best playable has a control system similar to that of Grand Theft Auto V (delivery from which, among other things, the selection wheel for weapons and radio stations is inherited), new aiming system, redesigned minimap, updated trophies and achievements with compatibility with Rockstar Social Club and a points system of control, so if you get killed within a mission you can continue.
Nintendo Switch It has some unique characteristics, which in this case are more related to the gameplay than to the graphic section: in the hybrid, for example, we can use the gyroscope to aim and the touch screen to move the menus. Can you see a gameplay of this version below: