How informed dataminer and insider Tez2, company Rockstar Games planned to release updated versions of their iconic games with PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Remasters were being prepared for Red Dead Redemptionwhich was released in 2010 and is still only available on older consoles, and Grand Theft Auto IVreleased in 2008 and ported to PC and Xbox One.
According to an insider, the work has been going on for several years, but Rockstar decided not to continue the projects. This is most likely due to the reception received by the failed trilogy of remasters: Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition players voted the failure of the year, and the user rating for the enhanced edition was Metacritic is still 0.6. All the old bugs remained in the games, and a lot of new ones were added to them, and few improvements were “compensated” by censorship, reduction of radio tracks and inaccessibility of user modifications. It is not known how reliable the information got to Tez2 this time. But if his sources are not lying, then Rockstar Games approached the work on the bugs in a very peculiar way. Note that the version about working on a remaster appeared earlier, for example, when the game was found to have an “expiration date”.
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