After a series of leaks and rumors attracted community attention, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition was officially announced. However, this does not mean that fans have stopped searching for leaks attached to the title. In fact, Rockstar Games recently appears to have accidentally leaked more information about Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition to its official website, including details about the games' revamped controls.
The new leak was briefly posted on a Rockstar Games support page and was quickly removed, but not before fans managed to copy and paste the relevant information. It is currently available on the GTA forums. Although the leak appears to be primarily marketing blurb and subsequently lacks details, it reports that Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition will feature Grand Theft Auto 5-style controls. According to the leak, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition will contain the classic titles Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, all of which will be updated for a new generation. of consoles and gamers. It directly mentions new lighting and environmental enhancements, high-resolution textures, increased drawing distances, and Grand Theft Auto 5-style controls and targets. Fans of these titles, including Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, have previously created fan-made mods. designed to add similar fixes and tweaks, and now it looks like Rockstar Games is finally coming together.
The blurb also mentions that Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition will feature general enhancements, possibly to try and make up for the removal of the classic Grand Theft Auto games from Steam. Although the leak does not go into detail about the exact nature of all these improvements, what has already been mentioned may be enough to attract the interest of fans. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas already has a control scheme that is quite similar to Grand Theft Auto 5, but Grand Theft Auto 3 will require massive revisions to bring it up to the same level.
At the time of writing, fans seem to be taking this leak with a grain of salt. Although fans seem to be looking forward to Grand Theft Auto remasters, this doesn't seem to mean they're willing to accept this new leak without testing. Several users on the forum pointed out that there is no screenshot of the leak while it was still on the Rockstar Games site, and the attached link is dead. While some fans seem willing to give it a go, others have directly accused it of being a fake.