Friday, September 30

Take-Two CEO downplays GTA Trilogy’s flaws: ‘It had a glitch and it was fixed’

When Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition went on sale in November of last year surprised the community of fans of the saga Grand Theft Auto for the number of technical failures with which it was released, even having to be removed from PCs for containing unlicensed music and developer notes that should not have made it to the commercial version. Today Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two, has been interviewed on CNBC for the recent purchase of Zynga, although it has taken the opportunity to take weight off that controversy alluding to a good commercial reception and assuring that they have solved the problems with which it went on the market.

In fact, instead of talking about several problems, in the plural, Zelnick has opted for the singular to refer to the technical failures of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition: “In relation to the trilogy of GTA, it wasn’t really a new game, but a remastering of existing games. let’s have a glitch at the beginning, and that glitch it was solved“, begins by saying the CEO of Take-Two, who also ensures that this collection has worked well at the sales level: “The game has simply worked well for the company, so we are excited. We have an incredible future ahead of us,” he ditches, referring to new releases and unannounced projects.

The definitive trilogy continues to have flaws GTA?

The truth is that the definitive versions of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Y Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas s have received some updates that fix certain bugs with those that reached the market, and even things like the San Andreas fog have been added, but the truth is that the player community continues to bring up bugs that these versions have today and that were not present in the originals ; fans have not taken Zelnick’s statements well at all and in Reddit, in addition to calling him a “liar”, they complain that “the entire trilogy is a glitch“and they even joke around asking Microsoft to buy it.

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Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition It is available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. This year it will also come to iOS and Android. can you read our analysis here and consult our guide here

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