A few days ago, gamers were annoyed by developer Rockstar because they couldn't play GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition on PC. That's because this remastered game of the classic GTA was pulled from the Rockstar Games Launcher platform. They said the game was pulled because there was something they needed to fix. And now, the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition for the PC version can be played by gamers.
Gamers Can Play GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition on PC
This information was officially announced through the Rockstar Support Twitter account and also their website. Through a tweet, Rockstar announced that the PC version of GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition is now available for play. You can see the announcement via Rockstar Support's official Twitter account below.
Gamers Still Found Some Problems
Knowing this information, gamers started playing the game GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition on their PCs. However, some gamers are still having problems when opening the Rockstar Games Launcher platform. And some are experiencing a character model bug in the game.
Even so, not a few gamers have expressed their gratitude for releasing remasters of their classic GTA games, such as GTA III, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas. You can see the reactions of gamers below.
Even modders have to intervene to fix the rain effect in GTA Definitive Edition
Talking about GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition, some time ago there was a lot of discussion about the appearance of the rain effect in the game. Where it looks so bad that it makes some players throw a number of criticisms such as "it hurts the eyes" and some even equate it with filters in the Snapchat application.
In response to this, the GTA modding community finally had to step in to fix the rain effect so it could look better. To find out more, you can read more through the Gamebrott article here.
That's information about the PC version of GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition, which gamers can play now. Will this game be further improved from Rockstar considering that the game still has many problems experienced by gamers? Let's just wait for further information from the developer Rockstar.