Players encountered many graphic and technical problems in Grand Theft Auto Trilogy – Ultimate Edition, including torrential rains, can make navigating the streets of San Andreas a nightmare. While fans were initially excited about the chance to replay classic GTA titles like Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas on modern consoles like PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, the remastered Rockstar lineup has seen a launch. Even compared to the notorious Cyberpunk 2077 movie Red CD Project.
Complaints about Grand Theft Auto Trilogy – Ultimate Edition They really kicked in in the weeks leading up to its release earlier this week, and range from graphics that are unusually cartoonish to removing several popular songs from the GTA Trilogy soundtrack due to licensing issues. The situation worsened with the release of Grand Theft Auto Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, with players starting to report various bugs and glitches, such as the in-game camera getting awkwardly close to the player’s face and moving in a confusing manner. It turns out that this isn’t the only problem players face when trying to navigate the world of Grand Theft Auto Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, as the weather itself seems to want to prevent travelers from even seeing where they’re headed.
some players Grand Theft Auto Trilogy – Ultimate Edition We reported that the rain in the game is so intense in some areas that simply moving around the streets of San Andreas is a challenge. Twitter user JankyNedelko recently posted a video showing Carl Johnson against Grand Theft Auto champion San Andreas trying to ride a bike during a torrential rain at night. The rain in the game turns out to be too thick to be seen, and seems to move with CJ while narrowly avoiding approaching cars and obstacles until he finally falls into a lake; A lake in which the effects of rain are not drawn, since you can see how the drops “penetrate” the lake and fall from under it to the edges of the terrain on the screen.
The reaction to the current state of Grand Theft Auto Trilogy – The Definitive Edition has been incredibly intense, and Rockstar went so far as to pull the PC version of the game just days after its release. Even worse, the players who bought Grand Theft Auto Triple At launch, they take to social media to demand a refund, although the port’s developer, Grove Street Games, assured these disgruntled customers that many of the glitches in GTA Trilogy will be resolved at some point.
In general, launch Grand Theft Auto Trilogy – Ultimate Edition It was a huge blow to the popular open-world series Rockstar Game, with bugs that could spoil the game, like abnormally heavy rain in San Andreas, being a major factor in the remaster’s split. Hopefully these issues will be fixed soon, but in the meantime, potential gangsters should bring an umbrella if they want to ride their bikes at night.
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