GTA: The Trilogy Definitive Edition — Gameplay Footage from All Three Games Leaked Before Their Release
There appears to be a lot of GTA footage flying around the internet.
Despite the fact that the game is less than a day away, Rockstar has yet to reveal any gameplay video from GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition. Gamers will understandably become impatient, and that impatience has resulted in a slew of videos from all three games being leaked online just hours before their release.
Some players have managed to get their hands on the game and have shared 30-minute or lesser recordings on Youtube or Reddit. The entire presentation appears to have improved across the board, indicating that the remasters are more than just basic re-skins with high-res textures. Despite the fact that players are still without a controller, the clip suggests that GTA: Trilogy – Definitive Edition is a step ahead.
Leaked footage from GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition has surfaced on the internet.
The footage shows improvements like the Weapon Wheel, which became a series standard after the PS2 trilogy. So far, everything appears positive, but the true test will be whether the games perform better than previously, which can only be confirmed once the game is released.
The animations are far more sophisticated than previously, and the enhanced lighting system creates a strong statement. All three games now have a mini-map that allows players to place waypoints on the map to help them navigate the streets more easily, but lifelong fans of the games are likely to know these streets like the back of their hands.
The systems on which the footage was recorded are unknown, but the reddit user who uploaded the San Andreas footage has confirmed that it was shot on a PS4. It'll be fascinating to see if the game's PlayStation 5/Xbox Series X versions look drastically different or not.