Netflix to Provide Free Access to the GTA Trilogy for Subscribers

Following the lukewarm reception of the GTA Trilogy among PC and console players, Rockstar Games and Grove Street Games have painstakingly labored to rectify the port’s issues. Through multiple patches and fixes, the series is now prepared for its debut on the ultimate platform, mobile. However, the release approach diverges from Rockstar’s typical mobile treatment, as the Trilogy is set to launch exclusively on Netflix Games.

Rockstar Teaming up with Netflix for the GTA Trilogy Launch

Netflix was the first to unveil the trilogy’s impending launch, courtesy of their gaming division’s partnership with the GTA publisher. This collaboration ensures that the GTA Trilogy will be available to Netflix subscribers via Google Play, iOS, and the official Netflix app at no additional cost. The highly-anticipated trilogy is scheduled for release on December 14, 2023.

Comprising the definitive edition versions, the trilogy features remastered renditions of GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas. iOS users can currently pre-register for the games these three links, while Play Store pre-registration pages are anticipated to go live shortly.

Oddly, Rockstar’s official X account hasn’t addressed the news, possibly due to preparations for the highly anticipated GTA reveal in December. Netflix securing this prominent title for their subscribers marks a notable win for their gaming efforts. Their mobile gaming track record has faced challenges as users typically prefer non-mobile platforms, as highlighted by a CNBC report.

Rockstar Games remains tight-lipped regarding whether this edition will replace the individual GTA titles currently available on mobile. GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas are purchasable on iOS or Android, yet Rockstar discontinued the original versions in favor of the Definitive Editions, akin to their PC and console approach. Confirmation might come with the launch of the trilogy.

Rockstar Games hasn’t disclosed whether the launches on Netflix are exclusive or if players can acquire a non-Netflix version, providing an alternative for future use, especially for those hesitant about the $14-per-month offering from the media giant.

The addition of the GTA Trilogy to Netflix’s library places it alongside heavyweight titles like Spiritfarer, Kentucky Route Zero, Oxenfree, Immortality, Samurai Shodown, and others. This highly-anticipated release on the platform is expected to significantly impact their download count.

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