Netflix Games adds GTA Trilogy to its library

Nostalgia-filled world of GTA comes to Netflix’s platform with the convenience of mobile gaming.

Streaming giant Netflix welcomes Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition to its library on December 14. The legendary trilogy will be available for Netflix members on the App Store, Google Play, and within the Netflix mobile app.

The trilogy comprises three groundbreaking titles: Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, all reimagined and updated for mobile gaming. Fans can now pre-register to dive into the nostalgia-filled world of GTA, renowned for its immersive gameplay and iconic narratives that have left an indelible mark on gaming history.

GTA Trilogy joins Netflix Games’ expanding collection of over 80 mobile games, offering a diverse range of titles across various genres. Netflix provides access to one of the most legendary gaming series without any advertisements, in-app purchases, or additional fees.

Launched initially on console and PC platforms, these titles garnered widespread acclaim for their immersive storytelling, vast open environments, and groundbreaking gameplay mechanics, influencing subsequent game development.

Each installment within the trilogy enjoyed immense commercial success, collectively amassing millions of copies sold worldwide. Their financial triumph not only demonstrated their popularity but also solidified Rockstar Games’ position as a powerhouse in the gaming industry.

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