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  • Nayuta 🦢
    Updated Sep 13

    Update 9/13/21

    Nvidia Gefore leaks reveal incoming games: medium.com/@​ighor/i-unlocked-nvidia-geforce-now-and-stumbled-upon-pirates-dc48a3f8ff7

    List of all games: reddit.com/r/GamingLeaksAndRumours/comments/pndwey/definitive_compilation_of_leaked_geforce_now


    Kotaku Update 8/12/21: kotaku.com/the-gta-remastered-trilogy-appears-to-be-real-and-comi-1847474620/amp?__twitter_impression=true

    According to these sources, Rockstar is actively developing remastered versions of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. All three of these games are being remastered using Unreal Engine and will be a mix of “new and old graphics.” One source who claims to have seen a snippet of the games in action said that the visuals reminded them of a heavily-modded version of a classic GTA title. The UI for the games are being updated too, but will retain the same classic style. No details were shared about gameplay, but Kotaku has been told these remakes are trying to stay true to the PS2-era GTA games as much as possible.

    Sources confirmed that Rockstar Dundee, a Scottish outpost and one of the newest studios at the company, is leading the charge on developing the remakes. Another source explained that the studio is heavily involved in not just the remasters, but is even helping Rockstar on developing the next-gen GTA V ports that are due out later this year. This lines up with information I had heard last year, after the studio was purchased by Rockstar Games. Before becoming Rockstar Dundee, the studio was Ruffian games and had previously worked on Crackdown 2, Crackdown 3 and assisted with development on the Master Chief Collection.

    Plans around these remastered GTA titles have shifted quite a bit over the last year as a result of the ongoing covid-19 pandemic, and they might continue to do so until things are officially announced. Originally, it seemed that these remakes were going to be packaged together and given to players who purchased the upcoming next-gen ports of GTA V and GTA Online as a sort of bonus or “thank you gift” from Rockstar. Then plans changed, and the remastered trilogy was scheduled to be released earlier this year. However, plans have changed again, and now the remastered titles are planned to launch around late October or early November for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC, Stadia, and mobile phones.

    It appears the PC and mobile ports might slip to next year as Rockstar focuses on developing the console ports first. While some might have expected Rockstar to space these releases out, if not releasing them on each games’ respective 20 year anniversary, sources told me that this isn’t the current plan. Instead, it seems all three games are to be released in one collected package that may only be sold digitally.

    However, for now, Rockstar is focused on getting these three remastered Grand Theft Auto games out the door alongside the GTA V next-gen ports. Dundee is leading development, and many other studios across Rockstar’s vast network of teams are also pitching in on both projects. According to one source, everyone shifting to support these titles is one major reason why Red Dead Online has seen fewer and smaller updates. But if all of this pans out it might be a very exciting year for fans of classic GTA games.


    Three unannounced games from Rockstar planned for release in 2022. Has been a plethora of rumors about GTA 3/Vice City/San Andreas getting remasters.

    Rockstar acquired Ruffian Games who specialize in remastering games.


    Other theories have been remasters of the Max Payne series, or a GTA Triology, RDR1, and Bully being remastered as the three unannounced games.

  • Remasters

    Remakes

  • Aug 8
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    I’d much rather a new game than a remake, everyone and their mother has played the ps2 era trilogy with how many times it’s been ported. Yea new graphical upgrade would be cool, but I’d prefer a new story and upgraded city to boot than just the same old

  • Aug 8
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    Please… just remake San Andreas. I’d take a new gen SA than a brand new GTA

  • Nayuta 🦢
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    Aug 8
    Malakas

    I’d much rather a new game than a remake, everyone and their mother has played the ps2 era trilogy with how many times it’s been ported. Yea new graphical upgrade would be cool, but I’d prefer a new story and upgraded city to boot than just the same old

    Something better than nothing, we know they working on GTA 6 and that won't drop for another few years anyway

    Team that's working on the remasters are different I'd assume anyway, and if it lines up with their acquisition of Ruffian means they probably started development in 2019

  • Aug 8
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  • Aug 8
    Brodie Wav

  • Brodie Wav

  • Ain't no GTA Trilogy remaster, get out

  • Aug 8
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    1 reply
    Brodie Wav

    Wtf is this

  • Kabel

    Wtf is this

    A legend

  • Aug 8
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    Give me SA don't care about the rest tbh

  • Brodie Wav

  • Legacy

    Give me SA don't care about the rest tbh

    He don't care about me?..

  • Brodie Wav

    AYOOO LMAO

  • Hopefully if they remaster San Andreas they fix the f*** ups from the other remasters and don't just port over the mobile versions

  • Brodie Wav

    need

  • RDR 1 soon

  • Brodie Wav

  • Aug 8
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    Genius Idiot

    Please… just remake San Andreas. I’d take a new gen SA than a brand new GTA

    Game aged well even with its outdated graphics. Can you imagine a GTA 5 level graphics of that?

  • BnBallinToo

    Game aged well even with its outdated graphics. Can you imagine a GTA 5 level graphics of that?

    i cant play it w those s***ty graphics, game needs an update, remake and a sequel. also bring the cheats back too

  • Brodie Wav

  • BnBallinToo

    Game aged well even with its outdated graphics. Can you imagine a GTA 5 level graphics of that?

    Yeah I can admit the game aged very well. It's just the ports are awful

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