There are three GTA classics in Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Collection: Part 3, Vice City and San Andreas, which are returning with new graphics and gameplay optimizations in a package for 60 dollars. But how much playing time do I get for my money?
In the following overview we therefore list for you how long the individual games, but also the complete GTA Remaster trilogy, can keep you occupied. By the way, we have summarized all further information about the release, price, system requirements and more in our comprehensive overview of the GTA Collection:
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That’s how much game time there is in the GTA Trilogy
- Main story playing time: about 16 hours
- Playtime for 100 percent: about 41 hours
GTA Vice City
- Main story playing time: about 19 hours
- Playtime for 100 percent: about 44 hours
GTA San Andreas
- Main story playing time: about 32 hours
- Playtime for 100 percent: about 84 hours
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So if you play through all three titles of the GTA trilogy, you are allowed to go to the 67 hours come to playtime. If you then want to play through GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas one hundred percent, you might even be close 170 hours being busy.
Please note that the figures given are average values. How much time you ultimately invest in one of the games or the entire collection depends heavily on your personal style of play. For example, you can heat up much faster through one of the titles – or simply give yourself more time.
In addition, one or the other gameplay optimization – such as an improved target system or new checkpoints – should help to get through the three games of the GTA Remaster trilogy a little faster. You can find all the information about this in the following article:
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GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition erscheint am 11. November 2021 für PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PS4 und Xbox One.