Rockstar Games Releases Another Patch for GTA Trilogy

Rockstar have released another patch to fix the many bugs, glitches, and issues players have encountered in Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition. The second update comes after Rockstar apologized for the buggy trilogy of games and released their first update.

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It hasn’t been long since the first big update for GTA Trilogy was released. Rockstar Games have now updated the collection of games a second time. The new patch brings the trilogy to version 1.03. Like the first, the newest patch addresses many technical issues across all 3 games. Such issues include bugs, glitches, and errors such as spelling mistakes. It should be noted that all platforms of the trilogy have been updated, except for Nintendo Switch. The Switch update should arrive in a few days.

According to the official patch notes, over 100 issues have been addressed in GTA Trilogy. There have been fixes for all 3 games, and some fixes specifically for the PC and Xbox One versions. A general summary of fixes include:

  • Spelling mistakes
  • Raining indoors
  • Collision detection problems
  • Graphical problems with textures
  • Problems with user interface
  • Camera issues
  • Crashing issues
  • Animation glitches
  • Some of the major bugs that affected gameplay and progress

This latest patch should hopefully be another step to making GTA Trilogy a much better playing experience and less buggy. It’s unfortunate that GTA Trilogy didn’t get off to the best start, but it’s great that Rockstar Games are working on improving it. There will probably be further patches to fix any remaining bugs and issues, but hopefully the first two updates have addressed the majority of them.

The updates should ensure a better experience when playing any of the 3 games.

The updates should ensure a better experience when playing any of the 3 games.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition was launched in November, with remasters of three classic GTA titles; GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas. Unfortunately, the trilogy was met with a rather tepid reaction, mainly because it turned out to be very buggy. It ended up being a big disappointment for players. This was obviously a big disappointment for Rockstar Games as well, as this was the last thing they expected or wanted.

In response to the negative feedback and numerous bug reports, Rockstar set to work fixing their trilogy of newly-remastered games. Not long after the initial release of November 11th, the first update was issued on November 20th. The update addressed several issues that players had reported. Alongside the release of the update, Rockstar issued an official apology for all the technical problems. Rockstar stated that it was the first step to correcting the trilogy to provide a better experience for players.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition is available now on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, PS4/5, and Nintendo Switch.

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