The Grand Theft Auto Trilogy’s First Update Has Been Released By Rockstar
Rockstar Games looks to have already released its first update for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition in after its apology note.
The headline of the post on Rockstar’s Support page for Version 1.02 mentions all platforms except the Switch. The patch notes, on the other hand, describe generic fixes for “all platforms,” and there’s even a Switch-specific repair for Vice City:
“Fixed an issue with changes to language settings not being retained after a reboot (Nintendo Switch)”
Other adjustments, such as addressing an issue with the rain effects in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, have also been made, according to the patch notes.
If you want to see what fixes the developer is prioritising and may eventually apply to the Switch version of the game, you can view the patch notes in full on Rockstar’s Support page. When we have confirmation that a comparable fix has been implemented to the Switch version of the game, we will update this site.
The following are the most recent Switch versions of each game: Version 1.0.2 of San Andreas, Version 1.0.2 of GTA III, and Version 1.0.3 of Vice City. Once again, Rockstar has stated that many upgrades will be provided over time, and we will publish an update as soon as we learn more about any Switch fixes.