Rockstar has suspended sales of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition due to problems with the Rockstar Games launcher service and forced to take it offline.
At the time of writing, the PC version of the remastered trilogy GTA is not available for purchase on the Rockstar website. The Rockstar Games Launcher – required to play the trilogy – has been offline for about 15 hours so no one who has already purchased the game on the computer can play it.
Account within hours of the release of the trilogy Rockstar Customer Support Twitter “Rockstar Game Launcher services and supported games are currently offline for maintenance.
14 hours after the original release, Rockstar Shared an update, Where he thanks his fans for their patience and confirms that he is still working on restoring the services of the Rockstar Games launcher.
It is not clear why maintenance is required or how long it will take, or Rockstar has not officially confirmed that the trio was removed from the store due to a service outage.
As expected, fans were not happy with this event, keeping in mind that the games were single player and did not work properly due to a problem with the online software.
Previously, players have identified a number of issues with the trilogy, most of which are related to writing patterns, which in many cases receive bizarre ratios.
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