Not all heroes wear capes. Sort of like how Rockstar doesn’t always opt for removing its broken dribs and drabs from some released games. But thankfully, and I’m referring to modders here, rather than Rockstar — those dribs and drabs that have been unearthed in the recently launched Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — Definitive Edition have already been patched up. Or at least a few of them have, anyway.
In a bid to fix Rockstar’s issues with the released trilogy, modders are going above and beyond to try and tweak the collection and return it to its former glory days, as seen on PlayStation 2 and Xbox. However, it’ll take a lot more than your wax on, wax off sort of deal to mend the damage that’s already been caused.
From harsh weather textures that obscure the entire screen to choppy dialogue and tailgating tractors — Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy certainly has its issues. Issues that, without Rockstar’s aid, are already being patched up by certain individuals with the tools to make it happen. But as far as an official update from the developer goes, well — let’s just say nothing has been mentioned, let alone delivered yet.
A rocky start for Rockstar, sadly
Unfortunately, Rockstar has faced series backlash from fans of the original trilogy as of late. With glitches practically overriding each of the three games, players are logging complaints by the second, forcing Rockstar to pull certain parts of the game from its official launcher.
As for the future of the trilogy, well, we’re crossing our fingers for its eventual redemption. As for when that is, I mean, that’s really anybody’s guess. And until it does happen, modders will continue to fill in to help resurrect the trilogy. So, like I said — not all heroes wear capes.