After multiple delays and me almost giving up hope for them to hit mobile, Rockstar Games’ remake/remaster of the classic trilogy is now available on iOS and Android through Netflix Games and as standalone releases for $19.99 each. Yes, I’m as confused as you are. All three games were to be Netflix exclusives or at least it seemed that way, but they can be bought standalone as well from today. As a value add to the service, this is easily the biggest get for Netflix Games on mobile so far. This trilogy was released in a rough state on consoles and PC, but has since been improved a lot on everything but Switch. It isn’t terrible on most platforms anymore, but some still prefer the originals.
As of this writing, the original games (non “Definitive”) are still on mobile and have not been delisted. I’m looking forward to digging into Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition on iPhone and iPad later today. Note that you may need to download additional data within the games after grabbing them from the App Store. Today, GTA: Vice City – NETFLIX (Free) , San Andreas, and GTA III with their new engine remake are now out on mobile. Read my review of the trilogy on Switch here. I’ll definitely be reviewing these new mobile versions soon. Check out the trailer below:
If you’d like to play Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition and have an active Netflix subscription, you can grab Vice City here, GTA III here, and San Andreas here. If you want to buy them standalone for $19.99 each, check out Vice City here, GTA III here, and San Andreas here. The discounted bundle for the original releases is also available on iOS. Read our reviews of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas for the standalone original releases. What do you think of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition if you played them on PC and consoles before and will you be trying them on mobile today?