It's been a few years since Rockstar Games released three classic Grand Theft Auto titles in a "Definitive Edition" bundle. PC and console users got a full package while mobile users had the option to pick the games up individually. Those mobile titles (Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas) are soon about to be made available to Netflix users at no extra charge.
BIG NEWS: GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas from the Grand Theft Auto Series are coming to Netflix Games for mobile on December 14! pic.twitter.com/qe9DGOHXyO— Netflix (@netflix) November 29, 2023
Netflix made the announcement on Twitter (X) on Wednesday morning. All three Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition titles will join the Netflix Games library and will be free to play for Netflix subscribers. In keeping with the pattern of previous Netflix releases, each of the three games will likely be released with separate apps that will each prompt users to enter their Netflix login information to access.
Shacknews reviewed Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition back in 2021. It was no good on bigger platforms, looking like an "optimized" version of the mobile titles. "Optimized" is in quotes because users quickly slammed the collection for its numerous glitches and poor performance. Rockstar would apologize to PC users, specifically, and offered the original versions of those games to Definitive Edition owners for free.
A handful of patches have since been released for the Definitive Edition titles, which should hopefully mean the Netflix versions are ready to roll out with minimal issues. Subscribers can find out for themselves when Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas all come to mobile devices for Netflix Games on Thursday, December 14.
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Netflix must hate its subscribers. lol