GTA Trilogy's Physical Edition Has Been Slightly Delayed

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While Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Edition launched digitally last month on November 11th, physical collectors were told it'd be a slightly longer wait. Initially planned for December 6th, 2021, that's been delayed across Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch platforms.

While nothing was mentioned about the PS5 release, Rockstar's confirmed that Xbox Series X, Xbox One and PS4 copies would now ship on December 17th, 2021. As such, it'll still be out in time for Christmas, though if you're hoping to snag a Nintendo Switch copy, we've got bad news.

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GTA Trilogy's Physical Edition Has Been Slightly Delayed

On the Switch, Rockstar confirmed that's instead been pushed back into "early 2022," giving no solid timeframe for it's release. However, that's not entirely surprising when you consider the recent Update 1.03 patch was pushed back on Switch, too. As previously reported, that particular physical edition also requires a download.

GTA Trilogy - The Definitive Edition was highly anticipated at launch, though it released to a mixed reception. Facing strong criticism for its bugs, updated character models and more, Rockstar's begun issuing numerous post-launch updates. We'll keep you informed as we hear more.

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