GTA Trilogy Refunds Go Wild.
Rockstar Games is currently receiving refund requests for its most recent release. GTA trilogy Refunds have skyrocketed and players are rushing to get their money back for this new port.
And yes, it is a port. The new GTA trilogy pack is actually a revamped version of the mobile port from years ago.
And it looks like the port is pretty basic. There are still a lot of bugs from old games and mobile ports. The game also has many new bugs.
Some players are also disappointed that the visual quality is unsatisfactory in some way. One particular area of complaint is the character models that appear to be trapped deep within the haunting valley.
Florida-based Grove Street Games is the studio behind all of this, and they seem to have screwed up a few things.
Turns out the release version of the PC port included hame scripts for GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas, including cut and missing content. This includes the highly controversial ‘Hot Coffee’ content.
The minigame was finally deactivated for the final. PS2, Xbox, and PC versions of San Andreas, but in 2005 fans discovered references to him in the game files and made him fully playable via a mod.
This incredibly awkward sex minigame from the original release of San Andreas. The response was immediate.
The publisher even removed the PC version of the GTA collection to issue a patch. The reason for such a blatant response is due to the history of these events.
When GTA: San Andreas was released, the files for the ‘Hot Coffee’ minigame had been found in the console ports.
A massive lawsuit broke out, led by reactionary groups of parents, thinking that the files could be easily accessible to their children.
Despite the obstacles to actually accessing the files, the lawsuit was still against Rocket.
In response to the controversy, Rockstar said the following: “The Rockstar Games Launcher is now online, but GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is not available to play or purchase as we unintentionally removed files included in these releases, ”Rockstar’s support team confirmed on Saturday. “We are sorry for the interruption and hope to have the correct ones soon.”
If you are in that boat, you can go to the Rockstar support site to request a refund. Log in with your Rockstar account and as long as you’ve linked the game to the Rockstar site, you should be able to request a refund.
You will need to provide some details about the game and the platform you purchased.