Netflix has continued to push deeper into its multimedia takeover by introducing some of the best games ever made to the platform. Last night, GTA: The Trilogy Definitive Edition was released on the streaming platform, being made available to those with a subscription for no extra cost, which is a huge win. This trilogy consists of GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas, three of the most monumental, game-changing titles in the legendary series.
Since dropping, fans the world over have been reporting good things, being blown away by the refreshed visuals, retro throwbacks, and stability of the triple pack of games. It’s a seamless way to revisit some of the most memorable games in history, and it’s ticking all the boxes so far.
Better Than It Was
In 2021, the Definitive Edition of the GTA Trilogy was released to a paltry reception thanks to it being woefully packed full of bugs, glitches, and performance issues. However, a lot of work has been carried out since then, and what’s now available on Netflix is nothing short of phenomenal.
Here’s a comparison between the new, ‘Definitive Mobile’ version of the games alongside their original versions:
In the mobile version of the trilogy, which is what you’ll get on Netflix, the atmosphere and ambience have been cast back to the original versions of these games. There has been a rework applied to water, textures, weather, and even the sky box has been changed dramatically. There’s a fresh lighting system, tweaks to wildlife, and the classic ‘smog’ has been reintroduced.
GTA: The Trilogy Definitive Edition is available now on Netflix and mobile devices. If you want to play GTA on Netflix, all it needs is a subscription.