Rockstar finally confirmed the GTA Remastered Collection last week, giving it the lengthy title of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition. Compiling Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas into one package, that's due to launch before the end of 2021.
After previous leaks showcased the collection's achievements and trophies, another spillage now hints at the package's price range. Provided by UK entertainment retailer, Base.com, this new edition could be full price across several platforms.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition's Pricing Potentially Confirmed
The Definitive Edition has currently been listed for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. As expected, the next-gen prices are more expensive at £64.85, while last-gen is exactly £10 cheaper. These prices may hint at the remaster's quality, possibly showcasing 4K resolutions.
Previous rumours hinted that this collection uses Unreal Engine for graphical enhancements. Mass Effect: Legendary Edition can be used as a strong comparison, which launched earlier this year at full price and with updated, remastered properties. GTA Trilogy might follow the same trajectory.
However, these could also be placeholder listings until Rockstar confirm further details, as they're currently given a default release date of 31 December 2021. As such, this could change closer to the full reveal, so we'll keep you informed if that happens.
In other Grand Theft Auto news, GTA Online continues to impress fans following its latest big summer expansion in Los Santos Tuners. With a Halloween event on the way, this gaming phenomenon certainly isn't shy of content.