It looks like Rockstar is doing everything it can to fix the damage GTA Trilogy has caused, including giving away the big PC game for free.
By now, most of the gaming community knows about the disaster that released Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, a remake of classic PS2-era GTA games that helped turn developer Rockstar into one of the biggest studios in the world, but now drag their reputation to the bottom. Sadly with loads of visual glitches and unkind remodeling remakes that have let gamers down, it’s not surprising that this release is considered one of the most disappointing games of 2021. However, Rockstar seems to be trying to repair the remaining damage to revive the Definitive Edition, which includes giving away the game for free on PC.
According to an article on the official Rockstar Games website, gamers who purchase GTA Trilogy on PC between now and the end of January 6, 2022 will receive a free game or in-game currency from its own store company. On top of that, gamers who purchase this version will also receive a $10 discount on another product that costs $15 or more. Gamers should also note that at this time, these offers are not available to anyone purchasing the game on platforms other than PC or through stores other than Rockstar.
About the games that gamers will be able to get for free, including GTA 5: Premium Edition and GTA 4: Complete Edition, as well as Max Payne 3, LA Noire or Bully: Scholarship Edition. For gamers who don’t want an extra game or already have the ones listed, there’s the option to get a Shark Cash Card for GTA Online or 55 gold bars for Red Dead Online, which adds money to the games. corresponding. It’s surprising that Rockstar didn’t give away either of the Read Dead Redemption games, but the games the company is offering is already more than enough to lure PC gamers into the GTA Trilogy.
At the beginning of the month Rockstar also made classic GTA games available for PC again, which means that buying the remake will get gamers all three of the original games that were released on PlayStation 2 for free. However, all of these offers so far are only available to PC gamers, and console gamers have yet to receive anything like it.
Alongside all of this, patches are also rolling out for GTA Trilogy, bringing fixes for some of the biggest issues, including the fact that the rain effect was giving some players headaches. With these great free deals and the promise of more updates, it seems like Rockstar is desperately trying to win back the fan base left by GTA’s terrible handling of the game. Trilogy.
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