GTA Trilogy Comes FREE to Netflix

Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas were restored by Rockstar for the Xbox, Playstation, and Switch back in 2021. Rockstar gradually updated these restored versions to address the most serious problems, despite their rough beginning with additional flaws and glitchy visuals. Even if these problems haven’t been completely fixed for the current ports as of 2023, better versions are now accessible on mobile devices, which has been the request of every user all over the world.

The Trilogy of the Grand Theft Auto, also known as The Definitive Edition, comprises three classic pieces of games that Rockstar Productions has released and gained a huge fanbase for, namely,

  • Grand Theft Auto III
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Rockstar titles has finally released all of these games for iOS and Android mobile devices. Rockstar Games has announced that these three games are now free for Netflix users to play. These are the Definitive Edition games, with some controversially altered visuals and different music from the original releases. To put it briefly, the video game industry titan has added one of the most well-known titles ever to its lineup of offerings, further refining it.

As said above, accessibility has already been achieved on several platforms, such as

  • PlayStation 5
  • PlayStation 4
  • Xbox Series X/S
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PC

The GTA VI trailer is breaking records:

Recently, the trailer for GTA VI was released by the game production house. GTA VI will bring back the well-known GTA Vice City layout, evoking memories of the unique elements of the original setting for those who love it. The teaser also teases a big reveal: unlike past Grand Theft Auto games, which have always had male-centric storylines, this one will include a female protagonist. The trailer has made record-breaking views on YouTube, which shows the craze that the game holds.