Netflix Games Welcomes GTA Trilogy to Its Roster
Netflix, the streaming giant, is set to bring the legendary Grand Theft Auto (GTA): The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition to its library on December 14. This iconic trilogy, including Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, has been reimagined and updated specifically for mobile gaming. Netflix members can access these titles via the App Store, Google Play, and the Netflix mobile app.
Gaming enthusiasts can now pre-register to immerse themselves in the nostalgia-filled world of GTA, renowned for its captivating gameplay and iconic narratives that have left an indelible mark on the history of gaming. This addition contributes to Netflix Games' growing collection, which already boasts over 80 mobile games, spanning various genres. Importantly, Netflix provides members with access to this legendary gaming series without any advertisements, in-app purchases, or additional fees.
Originally launched on console and PC platforms, the GTA Trilogy received widespread acclaim for its immersive storytelling, expansive open environments, and innovative gameplay mechanics, significantly influencing subsequent game development. Each installment within the trilogy achieved substantial commercial success, collectively selling millions of copies globally. This success not only underscored their popularity but also solidified Rockstar Games' standing as a dominant force in the gaming industry. The arrival of the GTA Trilogy on Netflix marks a significant milestone in the streaming platform's ongoing commitment to offering diverse and iconic entertainment experiences to its members.
Source: adapted from an article by Baran Köse, Writer for Mobidictum.