Grove St Games CEO Responds to GTA Trilogy Backlash


Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition has had fairly a rocky launch. It’s not typical for a GTA game to get universally panned, and this one had all of the potential to woo everybody over contemplating it consists of three of probably the most beloved GTA video games in a single bundle. Unfortunately, the state through which the trilogy launched is questionable at finest.

Bugs, glitches, fashions, textures, efficiency – every little thing concerning the trilogy got here underneath fireplace instantly after launch. Memes flooded social media and spurred quite a few headlines. To make issues worse, GTA Trilogy remained unavailable on PC for quite a few days as a result of it launched with information that weren’t meant to be in there. And then got here the Metacritic evaluation bombing.

Shortly after launch, Grove Street Games’ boss Thomas Williamson penned the next sarcasm-filled tweet (through Screen Rant):

As you possibly can think about, Williamson’s Twitter replies don’t look good. Meanwhile, Rockstar’s assist web page is being inundated with refund requests from gamers throughout all platforms.

According to experiences, Grove Street Games by chance left information pertaining to the notorious “Hot Coffee” mini game, which ended up in authorized motion in opposition to Rockstar Games, contained in the PC model. Parent firm Take-Two Interactive had to half with thousands and thousands of {dollars} so as to settle that case in 2005.

Neither Rockstar Games nor Take-Two Interactive have responded to the continuing backlash.