it appears that the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Definitive Edition will launch exclusively on Rockstar's very own launcher on PC.
Lol. Good luck w that rockstar.
? Rockstar doesn't need Good Luck since it's GTA, every will go to their launcher.
Smash disagree all you want but nah this will lose at least one sale. I was planning on getting this for PC since it's my main this gen. The reason why it's my main this gen is 100% the features that Steam brings. By not releasing on Steam, I for one won't be buying it anymore Epic launcher is one thing but these companies making their own bad stores/launcher hubs (that I'm 100% confident will go the way of Windows Live) in order to rake in money can smd
Only for around 1,5 Months.
is this true?
It looks like it. There was a leak of upcoming games on Steam and it had 3 games from Rockstar for a start of january date
Wow, first the pricing and now this? I wonder what's next in the trifecta.
The drms stupid on the rockstar launcher lol.
These would be better of elsewhere. Rockstar launcher feels like walking in a tar. Prob added lot of unskippable logos there too. These kinda games (well all games) would be nice to start in an instant and quit as well =D
Its on another launcher that launches instantly...
Takes 2 seconds to launch another launcher....
it's not about that. I love Steam Big Picture Mode because my pc is hooked up to my big TV which allows me to sit down, hit the xbox/ps button on controller, and load up BPM like a console, then I just select the game I want and play instantly. Multiple launchers ruin that.
Nah, it's a pain in the ass. Especially the new EA one and Origin. Ubisoft changed from Uplay to Ubi connect too. All these launchers need accounts, not all of them let you have different controller support options like steam, they don't often have good sales, you end up having a launcher for each publisher. I could go on, it's such a chore.
Rockstar's launcher is pretty much ass though.
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