Rockstar Games has announced that its Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is launching on Netflix next month. As part of Netflix Games, all Netflix subscribers will be able to download this brilliant collection and enjoy classic Grand Theft Auto titles on the go. The current subscribers will not need to pay any additional fees to download and play any of the three new GTA titles. This was announced by the official X Netflix account where the company detailed the release date of the GTA Trilogy and the platform of its next launch.
BIG NEWS: GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas from the Grand Theft Auto Series are coming to Netflix Games for mobile on December 14! pic.twitter.com/qe9DGOHXyO
— Netflix (@netflix) November 29, 2023
The GTA Trilogy includes three GTA titles GTA III, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas. All three of these titles are considered the best of their era with some players still loving and hailing GTA: San Andreas as one of the best GTAs ever made due to its sheer size and the amount of activities that you were able to do in it. The Definitive Edition is a release that was meant to add modern features and a visual overhaul to all of the three games however Rockstar Games did not really deliver a very solid release for them as all three games were filled with bugs and technical problems.
Because of this very reason, GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition is not generally liked by players and most of the players still prefer the original titles. Netflix is currently offering more than 80 titles to its subscribers as part of the Netflix Games section in its app. However, not a lot of its subscribers are currently into it, and some don’t even know that this is an option. Limited to only iOS and Android mobile devices and tablets, the Netflix Games section boasts a healthy library of some really amazing releases and now it is about to get even better with three GTA titles coming to it.
GTA: The Trilogy will arrive on Netflix Games on iOS and Android devices on December 14, 2023, and will be free for all active subscribers. Pre-registrations are now live on the iOS store so if you are interested in playing III, Vice City, and San Andreas, you can pre-register right now to play first.
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