The GTA Trilogy remaster collection, AKA GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition, was confirmed not all that long ago, and it will include the classics Grand Theft Auto III, San Andreas and Vice City.
When the GTA Trilogy remaster collection was initially revealed, Rockstar did not confirm what enhancements the three classic sandbox games would be receiving. But we have recently heard information from our sources that one of the enhancements Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy will have is Nvidia DLSS upsampling.
They also confirmed that there would be no ray tracing added to the game, but the use of DLSS of course makes perfect sense. Although these games will undoubtedly be getting graphics improvements compared to the original, these are all still old PS2 games we are talking about. The use of DLSS to further enhance these classic Rockstar games makes perfect sense.
There was also a recent leak on Rockstar’s development support pages which suggested that the trilogy would feature “brilliant new lighting”, “environmental upgrades”, and “high-resolution textures” alongside an improved control scheme.
As for the trailer, we have heard from our source that the trailer for the GTA remaster collection will be dropping soon, perhaps in the next couple of days and that the collection will release in November. Of course, as with any rumour, this could be subject to change so take it with the usual pinch of salt ™. With any luck, however, these rumours will be true. I, like many others, have lost interest in Grand Theft Auto, but I very much enjoyed the three entries in this remastered collection and would love to play them once again.