- GTA Trilogy features three iconic games: Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
- GTA Trilogy will be a part of the Netflix Games library on Android and iOS.
- GTA Trilogy is already up for pre-orders on Netflix.
One may raise questions on whether enough users are playing Netflix Games consistently but one cannot question Netflix’s commitment as far as the catalogue is concerned. The team keeps adding new titles and is now ready to bring the biggest title yet. It is the GTA Trilogy featuring three popular GTA games‘ respective mobile versions. Here is everything you need to know.
Download GTA Trilogy for Free With Netflix Games
In an official blog post, Netflix has announced it will add GTA Trilogy to Netflix Games in December. The popular series will become available from December 14 on Netflix’s app on Android and iOS. The title is already up for pre-orders through Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store.
The title is officially called Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. It has been available for mobile devices for quite some time but with Netflix Games, it will be available for absolutely free. There will neither be ads nor in-app purchases of any kind. All you will need is an active Netflix subscription to play three popular GTA games. These include Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
It means this winter, you will be able to roam the streets of Liberty City, Vice City, and San Andreas directly on your mobile screens. You can play as iconic characters Tommy Vercetti and Carl Johnson aka CJ. There is no doubt that mobile versions are nowhere close to what you get to play on a PC or console but is not a bad title to have when it comes bundled with your existing subscription.
The latest addition will mean Netflix Games will have a library of more than 80 gaming titles. It has started adding big names in recent times with the goal of attracting more and more players. These include the likes of Dead Cells, Spiritfarer, Immortality, and Kentucky Route Zero. The team has also been adding titles based on its popular TV shows like Money Heist, Shadow and Bone: Enter the Fold, and The Dragon Prince: Xadia.
In other news, Netflix confirmed it will soon allow ad-supported tier subscribers to download movies and TV shows for offline playback. This is a feature that has been exclusive to more expensive ad-free subscription tiers. It is also working on introducing new ad duration slots and a new ad format. The latter will let users watch the fourth episode ad-free if they binge-watch three episodes.