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Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy is coming to Netflix this December

Three legendary games are joining the Netflix game catalog at the end of 2023, as they’ve confirmed the arrival of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy is coming to Netflix this December

Netflix is adding Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy to their mobile game library on December 14, 2023 for Android and iOS devices. The arrival of three spectacular games to the service acts like a show of muscle, as subscribers to the popular streaming platform will be able to play these titles at no additional cost.

The version of GTA: The Trilogy that Netflix Games is getting is for mobile devices. The possibility of having GTA III, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas on the platform and being able to play from our mobile phone is a demonstration of the possibilities that the mobile market has and digital platforms such as Netflix that little by little are entering further into the video game industry.

A controversial compilation, but one that represents a notable boost for Netflix Games

The GTA trilogy is one of the most beloved series by players around the world, and its arrival on current-generation systems was news received with much expectation. Unfortunately for many, it did not arrive in the way it deserved, in our review here in MeriStation, we stated that “Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas return with graphical and playable improvements, but also a rather sloppy finish in some areas. On Series X, our platform of choice for reviewing, performance is not always as stable as it should be, the drawing distance puts the focus on deficiencies that were previously better camouflaged and bugs appear from time to time to spoil the party even more. It’s not a constant disaster, and between slips and slips, it still illustrates why these games marked an era and are so fondly remembered by millions of players. But precisely for that reason Rockstar Games and Take-Two should have treated the compilation much better.”