Xbox Game Pass users can now download The Definitive Edition of GTA: San Andreas on Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition is now available to preload on Xbox Game Pass . Subscription users can download and install the game ahead of its launch on November 11. This edition requires 21.82 GB of free space on your hard drive.
The preload is also available for those who have completed payment of the reserve collection to the Xbox least the time when these lines are written. Grand Theft Auto III – The Definitive Edition requires at least 5.28 GB free, while Vice City targets 10.73 GB. You can know all the details in this link .
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What can we expect from The Definitive Edition?
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is the update of three of the installments of the successful franchise. GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas go through the workshop to renew themselves in every way, both visually and playable. We can expect improvements “at all levels”, such as retouched environments, textures in high resolution, greater visual distance and “controls and aiming in the style of Grand Theft Auto V”.
In the new generation consoles it will reach 4K resolution and 60 images per second (except for the Xbox Series S model). On PC it will have NVIDIA DLSS support and on Nintendo Switch it will make use of the touch screen and gyroscope. It will feature an updated wheel to switch weapons and radii, improved gunplay, the ability to immediately restart a failed mission, and improved water effects.
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