A gameplay snippet shows a car sinking into the ground in the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Definitive Edition from the remastered trilogy.
Players of the Definitive Edition of the Grand Theft Auto franchise continue to find more bugs in the remastered trilogy. One Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas fan has recently discovered a glitch where cars sink into the ground in the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Definitive Edition.
The Grand Theft Auto franchise is among the best-selling games that dominated the PS2 era, followed by an even more successful GTA 5. The fifth entry into the series was so successful that Grand Theft Auto 5 became the best-selling game of all time in 2017. Then in November 2021, Rockstar Games launched a remastered trilogy that included the iconic Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. However, that's not to say any of these hit titles were without their glitches. But it appears that these bugs continue to be a regular occurrence even as these games are made available to newer consoles and platforms.
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While glitches are nothing new to the GTA franchise, it becomes problematic when players experience these types of issues even with the remastered titles. These issues were so noticeable that the GTA trilogy earned a low Metacritic score last year. A recent gameplay snippet from the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Definitive Edition where the player's car sinks into the ground after colliding with another vehicle, shows these issues are yet to be addressed.
Of course, these glitches aren't limited to Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas or the remastered trilogy. Players have also come across similar bugs in Grand Theft Auto Online. But even as glitches continue to plague the franchise along with poor reception from gamers and critics alike, the trilogy has been a commercial success. According to the CEO of Rockstar parent company Take-Two Interactive, the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy shipped at least 10 million units following its launch.
Currently, the company is looking to bring the remastered trilogy to iOS and Android devices during the first half of 2022, and an updated version of Grand Theft Auto 5 to the PS5 and Xbox Series S/X consoles. Rockstar is also developing the next main entry to the franchise and fans have already begun to speculate what to expect from GTA 6. However, if player experience from the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Definitive Edition is anything to consider, Rockstar may need to address these glitches and ensure these don't translate to upcoming content.
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