The GTA remastered trilogy rumors have taken another step toward reality - Unreal reality, to be more specific.
Rumors of updated versions for GTA 3, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas have swirled for years, and they got a boost when the GTA Remastered Trilogy was spotted on the Korean ratings board just last week. Now dataminers over at Rockstar fan hub GTAForums (opens in new tab) (via Rockstar Intel (opens in new tab)) have spotted an update to the Rockstar Launcher that points to Unreal engine versions of all three games coming to the PC platform.
They aren't visible in the launcher's frontend yet, but by snooping around with a hex editor the fans were able to spot references to "gta3unreal", "gtavcunreal", and "gtasaunreal." The original trilogy of 3D-era GTA games didn't use Unreal Engine (and neither do 4 or 5), so these stick out as a reference to something new.
Other rumors indicate that the GTA remastered trilogy is set to arrive in November, and that's still the latest information we have to go on for a potential release date. Rockstar loves a good surprise, so there's a strong likelihood we won't hear anything official about the games until they're ready to download and play.
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