What happened? Today, Rockstar released an update on its website apologizing for the situation in which Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition was released. He also announced that he intends to once again allow people to purchase the classic versions of the three remastered games.
In early October, Rockstar released the original versions of the game. Classic items have been removed from the list. From digital computers and console stores. Rockstar has also filed DMCA takedown notices and lawsuits against mainstream game modifications. The mod is currently fighting the game maker's claims. p>
A month after Rockstar removed classic games from the list, it released the definitive version with heavy criticism. In the end it had the lowest user rating of Metacritic, 0.5 out of 100. When Rockstar released the remaster set on PC, it had to take its servers offline for maintenance and customers stopped playing it or playing it others bought from the store to prevent it. They had to remove the final version from the PC for a while because someone discovered that it still had the infamous "Hot Coffee" code. p>
This was inevitable. pic.twitter.com/WGYJyLywsr- J SA VA
Rockstar retells the PC versions of the classic GTA Trilogy
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