Last October, Rockstar Games confirmed all rumors about Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Version coming to Android and iOS.
It’s the main mobile version of the legacy on PC and console. Rockstar then received negative reviews and comments about this product.
Now, Rockstar has suddenly pulled GTA Vice City from the Google Play store because the mobile version has not yet convinced the public. In addition, the original PC version of the game also dropped in price prior to the release of the Definitive Editions.
This means that you cannot download and play games on your smartphone or tablet. Those who have installed the game on their smart device can play it but those who have paid for the game but have not installed it will not be able to access the game.
According to industry insiders, this may have been done to get the developers ready for the final version of the game. It must be remembered that before the remake trilogy had a PC release, the original titles were removed and replaced with remakes.
The fact that the Play Store no longer has GTA Vice City Android has been noticed by gamers. Many of them have expressed concerns on social media.
Something similar happened back when Definitive versions were released on PC and consoles when the original versions were dropped (but returned later on Steam due to disappointing reworks). ). So Rockstar’s removal of their game once again makes mobile game remakes a thing of the past, far away.
Some players complained about their inability to buy GTA on Android devices. Many GTA titles are not available in the Play Store and that leads to a lot of confusion for players. What happened this time was that a particular game was not available on the Google Play store. If GTA Vice City Android has been removed as part of the publisher’s release strategy for Trilogy Definitive Edition, then players should think that San Andreas and GTA 3 will be similarly removed soon.
Although Vice City is no longer found, Android users still have the option to purchase other Rockstar Games games from the store. Grand Theft Auto 3, GTA: Liberty Stories, GTA San Andreas, GTA: Chinatown Wars, RDR 2: Companion and Max Payne Mobile are some of the Rockstar Games games available on Google platforms.