GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition Gameplay Screenshots on Nintendo Switch Released by Rockstar Games

Rockstar has finally released screenshots of the Switch version.

GTA Trilogy

The buzz around GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition grows louder by the day, and now that we’re only mere days away from its release, Rockstar have blessed us with some more screenshots from the Switch version of the game. Rockstar revealed earlier last month that the Trilogy remasters won’t be exclusive to just PC and Console, and that eventually, they will also be available on the Nintendo Switch as well as Android and iOS devices.

So far, the devs haven’t shared what the games will look like on mobile, but it sure looks pretty sweet on the Nintendo Switch. Players who have pre-ordered the game digitally through the Microsoft Store or Nintendo eShop will be able to pre-load the game today, and be able to play right on launch on November 11, 2021.

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GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition looks pretty good on the Nintendo Switch

GTA Trilogy

So far, Rockstar has released a total of 6 screenshots on the Nintendo Switch of all three games. The screenshots highlight the visual enhancements, especially when it comes to lighting in both interiors and exteriors. Rockstar also shared specific enhancements made to the games, which will give players a much better idea of what to expect from the trilogy come November 11.

GTA Trilogy

For the Nintendo Switch, the GTA Trilogy will have touch screen camera zooming as well as Gyro Aiming for the Nintendo Switch. For the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, the game will have support for 4K@60 FPS. For the PC crowd, they will be glad to learn that the game ships with NVIDIA DLSS Support. The screenshots from the Nintendo Switch version certainly look pretty impressive, right on par with the other versions of the game, which has to relief for Switch owners across the globe.

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