The GTA trilogy remaster is reportedly planned for release in November

Rockstar’s anticipated Grand Theft Auto trilogy remaster is reportedly deliberate for launch this November.

Whereas nonetheless unannounced, the title’s launch seems to be a certain wager after the sport was rated in Korea.

On Thursday, South Korea’s Recreation Ranking and Administration Committee classified Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.

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The classification adopted a number of stories that remasters of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice Metropolis and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas were nearing completion at Rockstar Dundee, the studio previously often known as Ruffian Video games till it was acquired by Take-Two in October 2020.

In August, Kotaku reported that the plan was to launch the remastered video games in October or November 2021 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC, Stadia and cellphones, though it stated the PC and cellular variations may very well be delayed as Rockstar was prioritising the console ports.

Later that very same month, dependable video games business insider Tom Henderson said he too had been knowledgeable of plans to launch the remastered trilogy, however that his sources had pointed to a launch “someday in 2022.”

Following Thursday’s classification, Kotaku sources claimed the plan has modified once more, with Rockstar now desiring to launch the trilogy in November.

It’s unclear how carefully the choice is tied into the discharge timing for the PS5 and Xbox Sequence X/S variations of Grand Theft Auto V. Earlier this month, Rockstar delayed the new versions of GTA V from their beforehand deliberate November launch date to March 2022.