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GTA Trilogy Dev responds to fans' frustrations, says updates are already underway

GTA Trilogy Dev responds to fans’ frustrations, says updates are already underway

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Ultimate Edition It’s now available on the Nintendo Switch and many other platforms, but it didn’t get off to a good start — fans must have all kinds of problems with every game.

This latest trilogy, in case you didn’t know, was run by the team at Florida-based Grove Street Games – which has been moving GTA titles across multiple platforms for nearly a decade and has been responsible for the latest efforts. The company’s CEO and owner, Thomas Williamson, publicly acknowledged the fan criticism – with the following tweet, which probably came as no surprise to many fans:

“It is very exciting to see the guys out there really enjoying what we put together. I honestly love this unique level of scrutiny in our studio. Today we are celebrating the launch of our big project while we work on updates.”

In an earlier tweet, Williamson appeared to explain the weight of the situation and the pressure the team was under in delivering the final version:

“As art gets older, what was wrong at the time becomes revered and becomes history. Maintaining this is important. Release Han first. Small step for man. Some mistakes must be corrected and some mistakes kept. Determining the end is a big responsibility.”

On the plus side, Williamson’s latest tweet mentions how the team is working on “updates” – which means it will at least work. Which One of the problems that players may have encountered so far. If you have any problems with the trio, it is recommended to file a complaint via Rockstar Support Pages, where “everything is collected and considered”.

How did you find GTA Trilogy on Nintendo Switch so far? Did you find any problems? Tell us below.

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