Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition didn’t launch in good shape, but after months of fixes, the game is considered ready to launch on mobile devices. Remasters of the series’ defining trilogy are now available on iOS, Android and Netflix.
As with all Netflix titles, subscribers have immediate access to the Definitive Edition, which includes modernized remasters of GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas. On mobile, you can pick them up in a trilogy bundle or buy them individually.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition was first launched in November 2021 for consoles and PCs, while the mobile version was originally planned to launch in early 2022. These improved versions of the 2000s-era classics feature higher resolution textures, improved lighting/weather effects, and modernized controls (similar to GTA V), among other bells and whistles. However, due to player complaints stemming from the collection’s poor launch condition, the mobile version suffered a long delay as Rockstar worked to improve the released versions.
Along with the release of The Trilogy, Grand Theft Auto VI was announced for a 2025 release. You can watch the game’s debut trailer here.