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Leaked gameplay footage for GTA The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition appears online

Although GTA The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition releases tomorrow, Rockstar has not revealed yet any gameplay footage from it. Thankfully, though, people that got their hands on the game have already leaked some gameplay footage from all three remasters.

The first gameplay video (for Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Remaster) comes from Reddit’s member Zombathon67890. Unfortunately, though, this is off-cam footage. Still, it can give you an idea of how the game plays.

The other three videos are a bit more interesting. Shared by YouTube’s okayjosh, these videos showcase Grand Theft Auto 3 Remaster and Grand Theft Auto Vice City Remaster. The video for GTA3 is 33-minute long. On the other hand, the two videos for Vice City amount to a total of 40 minutes.

Gta 3 The Definitive Edition

Gta VC The Definitive Edition

Gta VC The Definitive Edition

As we’ve already reported, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will feature higher resolution textures. Players can expect better textures on characters, weapons, vehicles and roads. The 3D character models also appear to be better, though they now have a more cartoonish look to them.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will also have a new lighting system with better shadows and reflections. Additionally, the remasters will have improved water and weather effects. Not only that, but they will come with enhanced detail in trees and foliage. And, lastly, you can expect better draw distances for all three of these remasters.


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