Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy on Netflix

Netflix Will Launch The Grand Theft Auto Trilogy For Free

For Grand Theft Auto enthusiasts suffering through the years-long wait for the release of Grand Theft Auto VI, Netflix’s video game section has some good news.

On December 14, Netflix Games will release “Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Edition” on its own mobile app, Google Play, and the App Store, the firm announced on Wednesday. According to the statement, Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas are the three well-known games from the renowned franchise that are part of the remastered trilogy and have been optimised for mobile gameplay.

According to Netflix, all users will have access to the games, and there won’t be any advertisements, in-app purchases, or additional costs. According to the streaming site, Netflix members can pre-register to download the games when they launch.

In the meanwhile, Grand Theft Auto developer Rockstar Games said earlier this month that a teaser for the newest game in the series will debut in early December, giving players a first peek.

‘Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition’ Arrives on Netflix

According to TechCrunch, the three-game pack’s most recent version, which was launched in 2021, has improved gameplay and better graphics. The games in the collection were first released between 2001 and 2004, according to the Rockstar Games website.

The introduction of GTA by Netflix Games coincides with the company’s gaming service stepping up attempts to attract new customers. Since its 2021 launch, the gaming platform has amassed a catalogue of over 80 titles, including as Cut the Rope and Country Friends, but its growth has been gradual.

According to data from app analytics company Apptopia, less than 1% of Netflix’s 221 million users play games on the platform every day. This information was revealed by CNBC.

According to Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two Interactive, the company that owns Rockstar, the console version of the game pack “performed great” with players in 2022. As to the report by Video Games Chronicle, a trade newspaper for video games, Take-Two Interactive informed investors last year that the remastered GTA trilogy had sold over 10 million units on consoles.

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