The recent "Grand Theft Auto (GTA): The Trilogy Remastered" leaks have indicated that the game might be more pricey than anticipated.

Rockstar Games recently revealed the "Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Remastered" collection. The games included in the compilation include "GTA Vice City," "GTA San Andreas," and "GTA 3." In a Twitter post, the game developer released the collection as part of Rockstar Games' upcoming anniversary celebrations.

Besides unveiling the "GTA: The Trilogy Remastered" collection, Rockstar Games also revealed that they would remove the old "Grand Theft Auto" from digital marketplaces, including Steam. Several GTA fans were enraged by the delisting., according to ComicBook, has gone live to sell the "GTA Trilogy Remastered." The game was being sold for $69.99 on its pre-order page before they pulled it down. The listed pricing is standard for both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X titles.

However, the price appears to be excessive, given that the "GTA Trilogy Remastered" collection is simply a remastered collection of prior versions of "Grand Theft Auto." However, ComicBook went on to say that the $70 price tag for this "GTA" edition is justified because it will be released on the Nintendo Switch.

Meanwhile, Screen Rant said a leak claims that Rockstar Games will release "GTA Trilogy Remastered" in November 2021. This backs up what Tom Henderson, a well-known gaming insider, said. To be exact, Henderson wrote in Gaming Intel that the game developer will release the game on November 11, 2021, according to Henderson. Keep in mind that Rockstar Games has yet to confirm this rumor.

The "GTA Trilogy Remastered" collection will also be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via the Rockstar Games Launcher. In addition, the game's creators have stated that it will be released in the first half of 2022 on iOS and Android.

Rockstar Games will update the game's gameplay and graphical movements to meet modern professional standards. The game's creator assured fans that the improvement would be similar to the original.

It's too early to tell how the gaming community will react to the delisting. But Rockstar may face even more backlash based on early indications. Hopefully, when the updated edition of the trilogy is published, it will live up to gamers' hopes.

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