The American company, responsible for the remakes of these Sandbox titles, began applying patches of improvements only for some consoles.
After a premiere quite criticized by the gamer world, Rockstar Games, company responsible for GTA: The Trilogy: Definitive Edition, which includes the games from Grand Theft Auto III; Vice City and San Andreas, installed a first update patch for console versions. Patch 1.0.2 was placed on consoles like the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, in order to fix many bugs that occurred in all three versions.
What are the bugs in GTA: The Trilogy: Definitive Edition?
For context, most of the errors were visuals, on the menu itself, from graphics, from sound, from location and of controls. What’s more, movie scenes featured wrong characters. One particular bug, for example, was the visual error when there was rain in the version of San Andreas.
Through a press release, Rockstar Games apologized for the problems that have occurred with the new versions of these three named titles, where the price on the console of PlayStation 4 borders the 48 thousand Chilean pesos. In addition, he promised to continue repairing the failed versions with more updates, so that the games reach the level of quality What they deserve.
The three remakes from GTA they premiered on November 11, 2021 for platforms PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch and PC (via the page of Rockstar Games)