The day one patch for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition brings the game up to version 1.01 and appears to increase the file size.
Before Update PS4 : 39.272 GB PS5 : 38.740 GB After Day One Patch PS4 : 48.549 GB (9.277 GB Change) PS5 : 39.622 GB (882 MB Change )
They need to fix the rain and the darkness of thjs game for reals.. the rain makes it practically unplayable.
you can up the brightness in the menus, but the rain fx are awful. the repeated pattern of the splatter on the ground is atrocious.
I get this is not a remake, but it's plain sloppy by today's standards - particularly for a company like Rockstar.
@sullscigar If you get it then don't make foolish comments... rockstar didn't even do the work, they contracted it out. Project has cash grab written all over it and everyone fell for it. Who would have thought when you scaled up 20 year old unoptimized games to 4k they run like shit.... /s
I just checked out images of the rain.......wow, that has to be the worst rain I have ever seen in a game. That would make the game unplayable for me.
These remasters needed more time in the oven but christmas is next month so here we are.
GTA: The Tragedy
Played San Andreas last night, Man it sure is buggy. After Playing GTA V, these controls feel wonky and I am not sure I am going to buy all three. Thankfully I got this on gamepass. I sure remember it being a better game.
I knew this would be a garbage remaster when they announced they were removing the original versions. The only reason to do that would be because they are better than the new one and they don't want it to bomb.
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