Rockstar’s GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition wasn’t actually the great release of what people were expecting. Soiled by bugs and missing famous radio tracks, the game was pulled off deal so rapidly as it went up. Its helpless gathering prompted Rockstar parting with the exemplary adaptations for nothing to the individuals who purchased the remasters. Now, players who own the trilogy on PC can get one free game from a pre-chosen list over on Rockstar’s website. Assuming the games don’t intrigue you, you can get a Great White Shark card for GTA Online of 55 gold bars for Red Dead Redemption Online. Games-wise, you can get your hands on one of the accompanying:
- Grand Theft Auto 5: Premium Edition
- Grand Theft Auto 4: Complete Edition
- Max Payne 3
- L.A. Noire
- Menace: Scholarship Edition
Tyler Colp called the GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition “a wreck” when the games released last month, expressing “Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy is overflowing with an adequate number of bugs and errors to make Cyberpunk 2077 jump.” Ouch. A major fix accompanied various fixes toward the start of December, yet little has occurred from that point forward.
You have until January 5, 2022, to claim one of the above games on the off chance that you currently own the GTA Trilogy Remaster on PC. You can redeem the proposal here on the Rockstar Games shop, or acknowledge a substitute proposal of a Great White Shark card in GTA Online or 55 Gold Bars in Red Dead Online.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition was fundamentally panned because of various (and terrible) bugs, specialised issues, and imaginative heading decisions. In our survey, essayist Tristan Ogilvie noticed that Vice City’s Tommy Vercetti twisted into a mobile Rorschach painting because of one bug and that the assortment overall “compromises than a Yakuza Stinger in a Liberty City road race.”