A Twitter user may have given us a first look at the GTA Trilogy The Definitive Edition Mobile Version could very well look like. While Rockstar is currently in the process of fixing the console and PC versions of the Definitive Edition, one user has already found the mobile version settings in the files for the game, which could be a potential first look at the GTA Trilogy The Definitive Edition Mobile Version.
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Twitter user @Tervel1337 has found what appears to be the iOS settings for the game in the files, suggesting that this is potentially what the game could look like on Apple devices.
While the user didn’t share any specifics such as resolution or other visual settings, the few screenshots we do have do paint a moderately satisfying picture.
Here is what the San Andreas iOS version looks like.
It’s worth mentioning that it wouldn’t be too difficult for someone to find the files, as the game has almost been leaked to its entirety, right down to the source code for San Andreas.
Until the end of 2021, fans will be able to play the GTA Trilogy The Definitive Edition on the PS4, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC, and Nintendo Switch. In 2022, Rockstar is planning on releasing the GTA Trilogy The Definitive Edition on mobile for Android and iOS devices, without specifying a fixed release date for 2022.
While Rockstar is hard at work fixing the game, we can hope that the mobile versions have a less rocky launch than what other platform players are experiencing right now.
Mobile players can still enjoy the ports of the original trilogy on their respective devices, but those versions seem to have issues with the latest version of either device, particularly Android 12 and iOS 15 giving players frequent crashes or failure to launch the game properly.