Update: Hours and hours of GTA Trilogy footage is now beginning to appear online. This stream embedded above is based on the PlayStation 5 version of GTA San Andreas, and we can see it running in 60 frames-per-second with all of its bells-and-whistles. The game definitely does look sharp, although it is ultimately still a PS2 title at heart.
Original Story: Rockstar has been unwilling to show off Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition gameplay before release, but those lucky few who got their hands on the game early will. The collection is out for PlayStation 5 and PS4 on Friday, and here's our first look at III, Vice City, and San Andreas all running in their updated versions. We've embedded footage from YouTube and other sources below, with roughly half an hour of III and Vice City currently uploaded. There's a short clip of San Andreas too.
GTA III: The Definitive Edition Gameplay
GTA: Vice City: The Definitive Edition Gameplay
GTA: San Andreas: The Definitive Edition Gameplay
So, what do you think? Do these remasters live up to expectations or are you a little disappointed by the work put in? Share your thoughts in the comments below.