Netflix is bringing the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition to the mobile platform beginning December 14.
It will be available in both the Netflix mobile app and separately on Google Play Store and Apple App Store as standalone apps—exclusively for Netflix subscribers.
Fans can pre-register today, says Netflix in its official blog post 83.
The said edition (a.k.a. GTA: The Trilogy) is a compilation of three remastered games from the popular GTA franchise. This includes GTA III, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas.
Netflix also said that each game is updated to mobile, meaning the controls and UI are tailored for mobile. Thus, there’s no need for controllers to play the games.
GTA: The Trilogy adds to the ever-expanding roster of Netflix games with more than 80 games now.
“…With must-play titles across all genres adding further value to all Netflix memberships — including through one of the most iconic series in history, without any ads, in-app purchases, or extra fees,” said Netflix.
Rockstar Games initially released GTA: The Trilogy for consoles and PC in November 2021. Now, with a port to mobile, this just added to the hype on Rockstar’s highly anticipated, next major Grand Theft Auto game, which widely referred to as GTA 6.
In December as well, we can finally see the first trailer of GTA 6, as Rockstar confirmed earlier this month.