In a significant addition to their library, Netflix Games on December 14 will be releasing “Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition” on their gaming platform that all members can play through the Netflix mobile app on both Android and iOS devices.
The announcement was done through an official blog post by Netflix on November 29. The post also shared that fans can start to pre-register right away.
This comes at a time when Rockstar Games recently made an announcement for the trailer of the next instalment in the GTA series slated to come next month, which also marks the 25th anniversary for the studio.
BIG NEWS: GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas from the Grand Theft Auto Series are coming to Netflix Games for mobile on December 14! pic.twitter.com/qe9DGOHXyO
— Netflix (@netflix) November 29, 2023
The definitive edition for GTA Trilogy adds on to the already 80+ games in Netflix’s game library with many developed by own game studios. It will be interesting to see if the game becomes available for a full download and play, or if it will be on the cloud similar to other games.
What games does Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy include?
The GTA trilogy includes Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas which are considered to be some of the best single-player experiences and with definitive edition, the textures and graphics have been updated to try and bring the game on par with today’s standards.
However, the definitive edition was not completely free of criticism as many wanted the original game, complaining the new ones looked like mobile games as they were developed by a gaming studio that specializes in mobile ports for games.
Furthermore, the removal of original games from all digital stores and increased bugs and glitches in the definitive edition only added fuel to people’s rage. Rockstar Games, however, did make the original trilogy available but only on their own website.