GTA: The Definitive Edition Trilogy Physical Edition Delayed

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Rockstar Games’ remastered trilogy has endured a rough launch, and while a series of updates have helped resolve some of its performance woes, there’s been another unfortunate mishap to round out the saga of its fumbled release. Today, the publisher has announced that the physical versions of GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition have been pushed back by 10 days across all platforms to Dec. 17. The Nintendo Switch version will launch in 2022.

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As you can see, no specific reason was given as to the delay, but it’s fair to say that Rockstar Games has been dealing with sorting a myriad of issues with the digital version since its launch.

If you haven’t yet read the game’s latest patch notes, which fix a huge number of graphical and performance issues, you can read them here.


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