Rockstar Games has removed some cheats for the GTA Trilogy
Three of the most popular video games of all time are available to newcomers in Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, but there are a few differences. The elimination of several cheats from the original editions of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is one such alteration. Producer Rich Rosado revealed in an interview with USA Today that some cheats had been deleted from the collection, although he did not go into detail about which ones had been omitted. This appears to be the result of technical difficulties.
To make things work better in Unreal Engine, “We actually had to remove a couple for technical reasons, certain things that didn’t play well in the Unreal base,” Rosado told USA Today. “But that’s actually where I’ll leave it. There’s some fun with discovery. I’m not saying plus or minus, but I’d rather not just go right on the nose before the release of the game and go straight to the end credits.”
In the absence of an official confirmation from Rosado, players will just have to find out if and which cheats were omitted from the compilation. GTA: The Trilogy’s absences are inevitable to disappoint some gamers, but it appears that many people aren’t happy with the game overall. Bugs and technical concerns have been reported by players since the compilation was launched last week. Players appear to be dissatisfied with the way the compilation was handled, and this goes beyond the omission of specific cheats. It’s possible that Rockstar Games is paying attention to these concerns and is looking for methods to improve the overall quality of the gameplay.
The Definitive Edition of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy is currently available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. All of our prior game coverage may be found here.