The GTA Remastered Trilogy is coming to Steam and Epic Games Store

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition introduced a host of improvements, as well as features, that should've made Rockstar Games' most iconic GTA titles easier to enjoy on modern platforms and look better at the same time.

The OG GTA games are a classic and deserve so much more than what they get from Rockstar Games.

Based on this premise alone, it sold over 14 million copies. But, the launch was far from smooth. In the leadup, Rockstar took all the original trilogy titles off Steam and the Epic Games Store. To make matters worse, each individual game still contains several issues and bugs to this day. However, there might finally be light at the end of the tunnel, as reports suggest that the GTA Trilogy will appear on the Epic Games Store and Steam.

British journalist, videotech_, went on Twitter to reveal screenshots showing the code for Steam and the Epic Games Store appearing on the Rockstar Games Launcher. This is great news for those who are waiting on the PC release of the trilogy.


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As we've already mentioned, the remastered GTA Trilogy still managed to sell more than 14 million copies despite its issues. Fingers crossed, Rockstar is cooking something up for the Epic Games Store and Steam launch of the said game. Honestly, most will be happy to see more patches and updates for the Trilogy to make it even better than it is right now.

Fixing the remastered GTA Trilogy could help tide fans over until GTA 6 comes out.

Who knows? Rockstar might "re-launch" GTA Definitive Edition along with the multi-part update for GTA Online.

Ray Ampoloquio
"Hmm.. nice bike," as soon as he heard those words, Ray was hooked into the world of the GTA games. Since then, he's spent countless hours gangbanging the ballas and hanging out with Roman. He insists that GTA IV is the best Grand Theft Auto title of all time. Let Ray know your thoughts on Twitter or LinkedIn.