The GTA Trilogy is the most recent induction in the Grand Theft Auto franchise. Released end of last year, the game revamped GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas for a more immersive experience.
The GTA Trilogy, having been ported originally from mobile to console platforms before being removed from mobile, may finally be making its way onto the mobile platform yet again in the form of the definitive edition, a step that has taken almost a year to execute.
GTA Trilogy was launched in a bid to revamp classical titles with a contemporary twist.
The reviews for the trilogy’s definitive edition were mixed, to say the least.
It appears that the game may finally be officially ported over to mobile.
A notable leaker on Twitter by the name of just4leaks has tweeted a message, brought to you by TopTierList, indicating the imminent release of the title on the platform.
RELEASE ON MOBILE
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition Early March 2023
A game that has been rumored to be in the pipeline for some time now, and thought to be released by the end of this year, is now reportedly on its way by the end of 2023 Q1. The optimization for the game will be interesting to see.
Details are scarce but the leaker in question does have a reputable history.
Having correctly predicted the launch state of Warzone on mobile, amongst other title leaks, his recent leak also surrounded the new Al Mazrah map, the flagship map of Warzone 2.
The mobile gaming market is picking up steam at a staggering rate! Gone are the days when mobile gamers were considered insignificant thanks to the recent push in integrating all platforms for an overall better gaming experience.
It would also be criminal to not discount the impact that the introduction of Warzone on mobile has had on the platform, rumored to be first launching in a soft state. The inclusion of such developers and games has led many to follow suit in investing in the prospect of building the gaming space further in the mobile industry.
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