The 1.03 title update also adds a cinematic camera option
Rockstar Games and developer Grove Street Games have released a new title update for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition dealing with some common complaints about the collection. Among the targeted solutions are the rain, the fog, the stability and an annoying donut.
The detailed patch notes also went live today and they are quite comprehensive. Top-billed updates across Grand Theft Auto trilogy are general stability improvements and corrections to a number of spelling mistakes on art and signage. Rain should also not appear indoors during some intervening sequences anymore.
Part of the update is also a new feature for cinematic camera. You can cycle through it while scrolling through camera modes in the game. That donut in the Tuff Nuts store should look like a donut too!
But for the most part, it’s a lot of rain. As pointed out on social media, rain pops up quite often, both as part of the cutscene fix and in general fixes. (“Fixed an issue where the rain appears under water when it falls,” for example.)
That Grand Theft Auto trilogy collection launched earlier this month and received a rather lukewarm reception. The definitive versions still had their fun, but were also weighed down by a lot of technical issues and shortcomings. Eventually, Rockstar announced an apology for the state of the versions, promising that the classic PC versions would return to the Rockstar Store as well.
With all the technical analysis that describes and degrades the state of this trilogy collection, it has turned out that there is a lot to tackle. Players are likely to find out all the details and see what’s better now and what’s still missing more. Meanwhile, it seems that the modding community is already putting their efforts on the collection. Time will tell how it develops.
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