Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is now available on IOS and Android devices.
The trio of games, remastered originally by Grove Street Games for Xbox Series, PlayStation 5, PC and Nintendo Switch, has been left dormant for mobile users for almost two years. The games were finally announced to be coming to Netflix Games, free for existing Netflix subscribers.
The IOS & Android versions appear to have fixed several issues which were found in the console and PC versions, as well as some graphical enhancements and the introduction of a new ‘Classic Lighting’ option, which allows the games to look and feel more like the classic titles, but with the upgrades and enhancements of The Definitive Edition.
As we mentioned, the titles will be available for existing Netflix Subscribers at no additional cost. When prompted, log in with your Netflix email and password, and you’ll have immediate access. Should you not be a subscriber to the streaming service, you can also purchase the titles individually for a cost of £18.99 each. Ouch!
You can find all the relative download links to each edition and platform for each title below, along with a collation of screenshots from all three games we captured, running on max-settings on an iPhone 13 Pro Max.