All Three GTA Trilogy Cover Models Are Featured in a Single Fan Artwork

All Three GTA Trilogy Cover Models Are Featured in a Single Fan Artwork

In honor of the remasters’ approaching release, an artist combines all three GTA Trilogy cover models into one figure.

In honor of the imminent release of the GTA remaster collection, an artist has blended all three legendary Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition cover models into one figure. The revamped versions of GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas claim to overhaul each title with different changes, such as graphical improvements and modernized controls, despite the games’ limited video revealed thus far being criticized by some.

In October, in honor of Grand Theft Auto 3’s 20th anniversary, developer Rockstar Games unveiled the GTA: The Trilogy remasters. On November 11, the remaster collection will be released on modern platforms, with higher-resolution textures, greater draw distances, restored lighting, and revamped gameplay that aligns each game’s controls with Grand Theft Auto V. In addition, Rockstar is making the GTA trilogy more accessible by releasing GTA: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition on Xbox Game Pass on the same day as the rest of the trilogy. Similarly, on December 7, the GTA 3 remaster will be uploaded to PS Now, and the full collection will be available on mobile devices in 2022.

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In preparation for the remasters’ release, artist Karsten Schreurs blended the three iconic GTA trilogy models into one figure he shared on Twitter. The artwork resembles Misty from Grand Theft Auto 3 and Rochell’le from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, resulting in creating a new GTA character. These characters have been on series box art and loading screens since 2001, making them a well-known GTA staple. Though some of these characters are minor characters, others (such as Misty) play important roles in the tale.

Since the debut of Grand Theft Auto 3, Rockstar Games has employed comic-book-style artwork for GTA game covers. Despite sticking to this visual style, many people were disappointed with GTA: The Trilogy’s art style when it was revealed. A popular retort is that the semi-realistic approach seems too cartoonish. Despite this, the GTA remasters’ new art design maintains a compromise between each game’s original looks and modern textures and lighting.

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The Definitive Edition of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy is nearing completion, and fans like Karsten Schreurs express their pleasure (or disappointment) in various ways. It’s only two days away from release, and pre-loading is available on PC and consoles now.

On November 11, 2021, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition will be released for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC, with iOS and Android versions following in H1 2022.

Source: Karsten Schreurs/Twitter