Following the persistent and widespread rumors of remakes for the first 3 Grand Theft Auto titles, a new rating in Korea has only amplified these hopes tenfold. This rating lists the title as Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.
Thanks to information from undisclosed sources, Kotaku has been reporting on this collection extensively over the past year. Initially, this trilogy of the first 3 Grand Theft Auto games was supposedly meant to release in October of this year. Still, several alterations with releases have been made, such as with Grand Theft Auto V’s next-gen versions being delayed to March 2022, which was quite a hefty jump in release timing. According to these sources speaking to Kotaku, however, this definitive trilogy has not been delayed to the same extent as the updated iteration of Grand Theft Auto V and is instead releasing this November.
With this game now on a rating board, these rumors now have a far more substantial basis instead of being hopeful dreams by fans. Still, it’s always best to temper desires, and the release date could be altered from this unofficial expectation.
You can view the Korean rating for Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy – The Definitive Edition here.
Credit to Nibellion on Twitter for spotting this news.
No word on what platforms this trilogy would appear on has been stated, but it’s safe to assume PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S as the likely initial release platforms.
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