Rockstar Games is looking to end 2021 with a bang, with the Grand Theft Auto – The Trilogy: The Definitive Edition (let’s called it GTA Trilogy Remastered hereon out …) set to hit Xbox consoles before the year’s out. We already know what to expect on the gameplay and graphics front thanks to a few leaks, and now a new rumour surfacing points to the game’s PC specs.
Vice City, San Andreas and GTA 3 will come together in a single pack for the first time since the mid-2000s it what will arguably be the most hyped release to end the year. The original GTA trilogy blew gamers away with the 2001 release of GTA 3 on PS2, followed promptly by Vice City and San Andreas. All three were genre-defining, having set the standards and expectations for open-world games that still exist to this day.
While the success of GTA has shifted to that of an online service — Grand Theft Auto 5 was released eight (!) years ago, and GTA Online has earned Rockstar and parent company Take-Two hundreds of millions of dollars since — the original trilogy is still a very much beloved part of gaming history.
Rockstar has revealed much in terms of what we can expect of the GTA Trilogy Remastered, but leaks from well-known sources on the GTA Forums have led us to believe there’s fairly significant investment going into making these remasters as good as possible.
The latest leak comes by way of alloc8or via the forums, who detailed the GTA Trilogy Remastered‘s PC specs.
The game will reportedly require Intel Core i5-2700K or AMD FX-6300, 2GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 or 3GB AMD Radeon 280, 8GB RAM, 45GB storage, and Windows 10. Maximum capability spec requirements are: Intel Core i7-660K or AMD Ryzen 5 2600, 4GB GeForce GTX 970, or 4GB AMD Radeon 570, 16GB RAM, 45GB storage, and Windows 10.
Interestingly, the i5-2700K and i7-6600K don’t even exist, which the leaker acknowledged as being potentially a typo.
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