We have heard a lot of the worst secrets about the game of 2021 – Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy-Definitive Edition – To date, including official PC specifications, information about game update controls and graphics, etc. But we haven’t seen what the Nintendo Switch version of the series will look like.
Fortunately, Rockstar has released more screenshots of the Switch version, allowing us to better understand what the project will look like on less powerful hardware (and perhaps also hinting at what the mobile version of the game will look like when it is released) .
Take a look at the screenshots below, which were released by Rockstar through the game’s official page on the developer website.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy-The Definitive Edition was officially announced in October, as well as the details of the graphics overhaul for all three games. Rockstar also revealed that it is removing previous versions of featured games from digital retailers to make way for the release of the new series.
Including GTA 3, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas, the final version will have “full upgrades” and modern game enhancements, such as a completely rebuilt lighting system; improved shadows, weather and reflections; upgraded characters and vehicles Models; new higher resolution textures spanning buildings, weapons, roads, interiors, etc.
The Definitive Edition was originally developed by Rockstar Games and has now been adapted into a modern platform by Grove Street Games using Unreal Engine, and will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and the Rockstar Games Launcher on PC November 11th.
If you have made a reservation through the Microsoft Store or Nintendo eShop or PlayStation, you can start preloading the game immediately.