Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition received a ton of backlash when it launched, as the game was filled with bugs, glitches, and performance below what the games saw on the platforms they originally launched for. That kind of situation is absolutely unacceptable, but Rockstar promised to right the ship with a series of updates.

Digital Foundry wanted to see just how true that was, so they’ve gone back to Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition to investigate once more. Now that multiple updates have released, is the game really in better shape? Check out their video to see for yourself!

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clark2k

5M ago

@rawmeatcowboy

RMC, I think it's important to note in the article that the Switch version is not covered by DF's analysis.


mike_intellivision

5M ago

@clark2k

I was going to say the same thing. I kept waiting for a mention of the Switch version - but it never came.


foxhounder

5M ago

I finished off Vice City (Switch version) this morning and had a good enough time with it. My biggest gripe with the collection was the frame rate dips, and they seem to have been fixed with one of the updates.