In the last month of August, a leak emerged that Rockstar Games would be remastering the three classic chapters of Grand Theft Auto, which will be available in a special bundle of GTA Remastered Trilogy. Today, another leak talks about the title’s release date which may have been delayed.
GTA Remastered Trilogy delayed to 2022
During the last month of August, multiple sources confirmed that GTA Remastered Trilogy is indeed in development for PC and consoles, and it will release sometime between the month of October 2021-November 2021.
This should include three of the most beloved chapters of the Grand Theft Auto series, namely Grand Theft Auto III, San Andreas, and Vice City, for a release on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and also Nintendo Switch.
After all, considering the really surprising numbers recorded by GTA V day after day, it is not surprising that Rockstar wants to squeeze everything from the franchise as much as possible.
Today, a rather reliable new report has in fact brought some attention, revealing that GTA Remastered Trilogy may have been delayed to 2022. The report comes from leaker Tom Henderson on the occasion of the Gold Gold Podcast on YouTube.
The journalist responded to the recent news about the compilation that is to be released as early as the end of 2021. Henderson has in fact admitted to having “heard completely differently,” namely that the release date of the remastered GTA trilogy has been set for 2022.
In any case, the leaker did not reveal his sources, stating however that multiple concurrent rumors would have confirmed this indiscretion in any case. The hope is that Take-Two can decide to reveal the GTA Remastered Trilogy to the world as soon as possible, perhaps confirming – or denying – the rumors as well.
We will keep you updated as soon as we get more details on the title.