After three months and a lot of According to criticism, new patches are coming for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy. While what the patches are expected to fix has yet to be announced, Rockstar has confirmed that they will be implemented across all platforms. The studio shared the update on Twitter this morning, writing: “New patches for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition are coming next week on all platforms. We appreciate the patience and support from the community.”
New patches for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will be released next week on all platforms. We appreciate the patience and support of the community.
— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) February 24, 2022
Last November, GameSpot gave Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy a 4 in its review of the collection, citing “game-breaking bugs,” “mobile port artifacts interfering and ruining gameplay,” and “vile character models” among the many reasons. The games didn’t work. Shortly after release, Rockstar apologized to players regarding the state of the collection, admitting that the games “were not released in a state that meets our own quality standards or the standards that our fans have come to expect.” Rockstar then released a patch that fixed over 100 bugs spread across the three games, fixing stability issues, misspellings, and environmental hazards, and essentially making them playable.
Despite these problems, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy proved a success for publisher Take Two, selling around 10 million copies. Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick explained that while the studio was “a bit disappointed with the quality initially,” it was “grateful” that most of these issues with the collection have been fixed or will be fixed in the coming months. While Take Two has yet to release the patch notes for the upcoming update, it’s safe to assume these are the ones Zelnick mentioned, which will improve the overall stability of the series.
However, this update doesn’t address the fan calls for improvements to Red Dead Online, which currently make up the majority of responses to Rockstar’s tweet announcing the patches.
How about appreciating the patience and support of the Red Dead Online community? They couldn’t even bother to share a thank you post this year mentioning RDO. shameless pic.twitter.com/gPUocl8H3Y
— Red Dead News (@RedDeadRDC) February 24, 2022
Additionally, Grand Theft Auto V has now sold 160 million copies, while a new installment of the game will be coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S in March. Additionally, Rockstar has now confirmed that GTA 6 is officially in development.
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