Rock star game Remake is being developed Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas According to a new report, it applies to PCs, game consoles and mobile devices.
According to a new report from Kotaku, the remake was created in Unreal Engine and will use a mix of “new and old graphics” to replicate the feel of the original game without losing their uniqueness.
According to the report, these games are being developed for PS5 5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, Stadia, iOS and Android. If Kotaku’s report is not enough for you, the rumors have also been confirmed by Gematsu.
According to reports, the target release date for these games is October to early November, and the PC and mobile versions may be postponed to 2022. As for the release model, it is said that all three games will be available in one package, which may only be sold digitally.
A source who spoke with Kotaku pointed out that the graphic style of the game reminds them of a modified version of the classic Grand Theft Auto, if you want an intuitive way to intuitively understand the rumored game content. The user interface has also been modernized, but according to reports, it will retain its classic GTA feel.
In terms of content, most of the game’s content will remain the same, but, according to Gematsu, “there will be some content changes to make the game more suitable for modern audiences”.
The recently acquired Rockstar Dundee-you might remember him as Ruffian Games, the developer of Crackdown 2-is said to be the main developer of the remake. They are making a remake and helping Rockstar prepare for GTA 5 for the large-scale PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S release on November 11.
The report also indicated that Rockstar Games also hopes to remake Red Dead Redemption. Obviously, whether this happens depends on the degree of failure of this series of remakes. These items may be unannounced remakes/remakes that we have heard of recently.
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