The premiere of the remastered collection, which included GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas, was hampered by problems on PlayStation. Rockstar has been steadily repairing The Trilogy, but there’s some bad news for PS Now users who are playing the remastered version of GTA 3. On January 31, 2022, the game will be removed from the service. However, there is some good news, or so it appears based on an advertisement that has made its way out into the world a bit too soon.
The ad, which you can see below, claims that GTA 3’s Definitive Edition will be replaced by a remaster of Vice City. It also says that PS Now subscribers will be able to play the game until May 2, 2022. It’s not ideal that it’ll have an expiration date, but it’ll be a lot longer than GTA 3. The first game in The Trilogy wasn’t added to PS Now until December, and it only stayed for a little over two months.
Looks like GTA vice city the definitive edition is coming to PlayStation now next month. Will be on the service until may 22nd #psnow #playstationplus #ps4 #ps5 #gtavicecity #GTAdefinitiveedition #PSPlus #playstionnow pic.twitter.com/g5K4d6NV81
— Billy Allen ⭐⭐ (@billyallen88) January 25, 2022
Last November, a month after its initial dramatic announcement in October, the long-awaited GTA trilogy remaster was released for consoles and PC. The remastered collection gives modern gamers access to Rockstar’s universally regarded PS2-era classics, which have been enhanced and improved.
Unfortunately, fans have reacted negatively to the GTA trilogy due to a slew of game-breaking bugs and performance concerns, which were exacerbated by the Rockstar Games Launcher crashing shortly after the remastered trilogy’s release. Despite its technical challenges, Rockstar Games has stated that updates would be released over time to address many of the issues that gamers are experiencing, and the remastered collection is no longer in the broken state it was during its disastrous launch.
Grand Theft Auto: City was released in 2002 and brings the series to the tropical setting of GTA Vice City Remastered, which was based in Miami, Florida during the 1980s. Despite not being a huge graphic improvement over its predecessor, the game brings a number of new components to the series and received critical acclaim for its music, gameplay, story, and open-world, which featured a number of memorable characters and iconic moments.