The creators of GTA The Trilogy The Definitive Edition wanted to surprise players by offering them a VR mode. At one point, additional content was discontinued, but the feature code is still in the game. One of the insiders found the content.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition debuted in terrible shape, but Rockstar apologized for the quality of the three games and has already released the first update. However, players are eager to test the production and eagerly dig into the hidden content.
Rockstar gaming insider Ben Walker confirmed that in GTA San Andreas there is a first-person mode, which the developers call “GTA VR”. It is very possible that the developers wanted to transfer the gameplay to virtual reality on the basis of this feature.
“There is an Unreal debug command for GTA VR, but [tryb] looks a little unfinished. Maybe it would be cool if they implemented this as a first person option? The game is pretty good. Weapon fights and punches will need to be tweaked, it would be super fun for screenshots! “
At least at the moment, VR mode is not readily available in the GTA collection, but it turns out that more players are checking the offer. Rockstar would have to refine this element before the full premiere, but as you can see – the creators came up with an interesting plan.
We can suspect that at least for now Rockstar will be fixing the bugs, but maybe in the future VR will be added to GTA The Trilogy The Definitive Edition?