GTA The Trilogy The Definitive Edition PC removed from Rockstar Store

By mkmike
GTA The Trilogy The Definitive Edition PC removed from Rockstar Store

The PC version of the trilogy is no longer available for purchase. What happened?

Rockstar had a fair share of complications regarding their games in the past, take the PC release of GTA IV as an example. This time though, the issue lies deeper. Reportedly, GTA The Trilogy The Definitive Edition has two big problems.

Firstly, the titles (especially GTA III) have major FPS decrease problems on other platforms that often makes it impossible to play them in stable 60 FPS. This could naturally mean that Rockstar wants to work on their product and release a patch of sorts. This isn’t the case at all.

Secondly, and this is the biggest problem, the exclusive platform via which the titles are offered on PC, Rockstar Games Launcher, is currently inaccessible and the situation hasn’t changed in almost 24 hours from the moment Rockstar Support informed fans about the problem on Twitter.

As it turns out, new PC versions of GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas supposedly contain top-secret Rockstar files that concern removed content from the originals and "hide" Rockstar North’s notes from the times of developing the games that were remastered recently. This means that important documents that shouldn’t ever be seen by anyone outside developers were open to the public. No wonder that Rockstar decided to act radically.

As for 12th of November 2021, GTA The Trilogy The Definitive Edition PC has been removed from Rockstar Store. Will it come back shortly? Whatever the case might be, you can set a price alert for the title on to get notified as soon as it is available once again. You can do so by clicking the “Create alert” button on GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition game card.

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