Rockstar subsidiary Take Two has released a patch for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy. Update 1.03 is supposed to solve several issues. Of course, there’s not much that can be done about the basics.
Troublesome Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy has received a patch from Rockstar or contract developer Grove Street Games. Update 1.03 is comprehensive and available for all systems and is supposed to put an end to the worst fears. Given that Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is a port of the originals already developed for mobile platforms, that doesn’t change much. So the patch won’t change much for “OG lovers”.
It basically offers all system stability and performance improvements as well as bug fixes. The cinematic camera that many missed is now back in the game. In addition, many misspelled decorations were exchanged on all systems. “Welcom”, which was already quickly swapped out via the hotfix, was already on its way to meme status when the trilogy launched. In addition, embarrassing rain has been improved somewhat to the point that it is no longer raining through things that one is actually dry. It also looks like the rain has been set visually.
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Below is a long list of several bugs from all three titles that have been fixed. We take a closer look at the PC-specific concerns that the developers have addressed. They are insects that have been mainly exterminated. For example with wide screen monitors, when playing with a gamepad and many playback problems that generally arise from the port, because the base is designed for touch operation.
Complete change too Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Title Update 1.03.0 Update It can be found on the second page. Our first impression is good, but there are still problems. You will find an update in the article soon The GTA trilogy: pure flip-flops instead of a top? Inventory with comparisons and adjustments.
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