Take-Two has seemingly delayed the mobile version of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.
That release window was reiterated by Rockstar parent company Take-Two during its third quarter earnings report in February, but on Monday its full-year earnings report appeared to confirm a delay.
It said the game is now scheduled for release during the company’s current fiscal year ending on March 31, 2023. Unless the game releases next month, this would represent a slip.
Grand Theft Auto the Trilogy – The Definitive Edition trailer
The console and PC remasters were heavily criticised upon release for a significant number of technical issues, as well as “unintended” documents found within game files such as unlicensed music and developer notes, resulting in the PC version being pulled temporarily.
Despite the launch issues, sales figures shared in February suggested the title had sold as many as 10 million copies following its release last November.
And during the company’s third quarter earnings call in February, Zelnick said the title had “significantly exceeded” the publisher’s commercial expectations.
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