The GTA Trilogy Is Rumored To Be Coming To Steam Soon: It has been said that the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy will soon be available on Steam and Epic Games Store, and these rumors have been circulating for some time. However, there has been neither an announcement nor any official sign indicating that the collection of titles will be made available at these retailers. The Steam back-end has undergone some recent adjustments, which indicates that the well-known online retailer of video games will most likely feature the GTA Trilogy in the very near future.
The GTA Trilogy Is Rumored To Be Coming To Steam Soon
The original versions of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas are included in the GTA Trilogy – Definitive Edition. It was released in November of 2021, and it was met with widespread critical acclaim. This is due to the fact that when the game was first released, it had a significant number of errors, glitches, and general performance problems. After some significant updates, the majority of these problems were resolved.
The Grand Theft Auto Trilogy could only be purchased on personal computers using the Rockstar Games Launcher. On the other hand, updates to the game’s SteamDB page have been seen in the past, which pointed to an impending release on the retail platform.
Insider Gaming was the first to notice that a fresh transaction that was recorded by the service revealed that all three titles have been combined into a single bundle on Steam. The three Grand Theft Auto games that make up the Trilogy are the rightful owners of the App IDs that are affected by this back-end alteration.
It is currently unknown how long it will take for the Trilogy to become available on Steam and the Epic Games Store. Instead of purchasing the game directly from Rockstar, some users may prefer to have it as part of their Steam or Epic collection, so this would be an advantageous move for Rockstar.
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