After so much of rumor and speculation, a new report from Kotaku indicates that Rockstar Games is recreating three classic GTA games.

According to the report, the recent remake of the game is expected to release this fall. Although the report did not clearly mention which titles are in development, it does indicate that the remake version is now in the last stages of development.

The remastered version of the game will also land on new platforms such as the Nintendo Switch, allowing players to enjoy these games anytime, anywhere.

Rockstar initially packaged these republished content and provided it to players who bought the next-generation part of GTA V and GTA Online as a reward or “thank you gift.”

As the plan changes, the remake game is scheduled to be released from the end of October to the beginning of November. It is suitable for Xbox, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Series X/S, Switch, PC, Stadia, and mobile phones.

Since the company may develop the console part first, the PC and mobile parts may be scheduled to be released next year.

All three games can be packaged for distribution and sold digitally. Rockstar also plans to develop new features of classic games such as Red Dead Redemption. However, this decision will depend on the sales of the GTA version.

Currently, Rockstar only plans to remake the Grand Theft Auto game and the next-generation part of GTA V.

These games are expected to be released on various platforms later this year, including the Nintendo Switch handheld game console.

According to the report, Rockstar is remastering Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and with Unreal Engine.

The latest version of these games is said to be a mix of “new and old graphics,” an updated user interface with classic icons, which will assure that the new version is consistent with the PS2-era GTA game.

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