GTA Trilogy Definitive Editon Pulled Down From Rockstar Show

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GTA Trilogy PC Details, Release Date, Steam Release, and System Requirements


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Today was supposed to be the launch day of the much-awaited GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition but instead of launch, the game has been pulled down from the store.

Due to the Rockstar Game Launcher locking out in the morning due to some internal issues players were unable to play any game on the launcher. While the services were down, the players were already raging on social media asking, “how can a million-dollar company handle a game launch so badly?” 

Many people also tweeted out asking the developer to publish the game on Steam as the Rockstar Game Launcher even failed to launch other games in the library. 

Rockstar Support quickly tweeted out saying that “Services for the Rockstar Games Launcher and supported titles are temporarily offline for maintenance,” read the tweet. “Services will return as soon as the maintenance is completed.”

While the servers were down, some people started digging around the data files of the game and found out that the GTA Trilogy still contained “missing music” and “holy grail” dev notes. 

PC players have been unable to play the game since the Launcher went down (17 Hours ago) and now the purchase of the game has also been locked until Rockstar fixes the “supposed issue”. This might also be the reason why Rockstar instantly pulled down the servers and said “servers down for maintenance”. 

At the time of writing, the Rockstar Game Launcher is still down for “maintenance”. 

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