Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Patch Fixes Over a Hundred Bugs

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition Had 117 Bugs Fixed to Be Exact

Grand Theft Auto has been through a bit of a rough patch lately. While Rockstar Games had been excited to release what was called the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy: Definitive Edition, longtime fans thought that the release on November 11, 2021, was, well, a mess. It did not help that PC owners of the game were locked out of playing the game for days, due to developers needing to go back in. It seemed that they accidentally included some files that weren’t supposed to be in the final edition, including developer notes and the infamous Hot Coffee sex mini-game.

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But Rockstar Games is trying its best. This is the second patch that the developers have released for the game, the first being on November 20, 2021, which fixed 64 bugs. While the actual list of fixes is long, some of it includes fixing misspelled signs, the awful rain problems, and warped props for the Tuff Nuts donut shop.

These patch fixes are currently for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. Not yet for the Nintendo Switch though; according to the Tweet, the patch fixes for the Nintendo console will be in the “coming days”, though no word as to the exact date.

Previously, Rockstar Games has offered an apology for the problems of the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy has and has offered games certain games they had previously taken off the shelf when the Trilogy came out- that of classic versions of GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas.

While it is great that Rockstar is so on top of fixing game problems, as well as the ability to fix them, one has to wonder why this became an issue in the first place. Maybe this was due to player demand being so high, as it has been for other games in the past year or so. Or maybe it’s much easier now for player and fan voices to be heard and acknowledged.

Hopefully, Rockstar Games will continue to keep fixing and polishing the game so it earns the title of definitive in players’ hearts.