With a trio of Spotify playlists combining the sounds of Liberty City, Vice City, and San Andreas all in The Definitive Edition, we’ve found the upgraded classics and their famous soundtracks today.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is now available digitally on PS4 and PS5 through the PlayStation Store, the Xbox Store (India & USA) for Xbox One, and Xbox Series X and S, the Nintendo eShop, and for PC through the Rockstar Games Launcher for $59.99, with a physical release on December 7 for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4.
Rockstar Games has not revealed any details on the PS5 physical edition, nor have they stated when it will be available. According to the press release, Rockstar Games plans to release the game for iOS and Android platforms in the first half of 2022. Below you can find all three playlists and if you are looking for PC System Requirements, you can check here.
Update 9:36 PM IST: We have received requests from users regarding Spotify playlists that are not showing on their desktop and mobile browser, so we’ve decided to make it easy for them. Now we have added a Spotify direct link after the name of the trio playlists, so you can easily access it whether you’re using the Spotify app on mobile or desktop or just playing in your browser (if not using the Spotify app).
Update Nov. 16th: Now embedded playlists work well on cross devices, enjoy trio playlists of The Definitive Edition.
Grand Theft Auto III Playlist (Access here)
Cruise to the radio stations of Liberty City, from the classical motifs of Double Clef FM to Scientist’s Dub classics on K-Jah.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Playlist (Access here)
Indulge in nostalgic tunes from the melodrama of Emotion 98.3 to the quintessential 80s pop of Wave 103.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Playlist (Access here)
Ride in style with sounds ranging from the West Coast rap of Radio Los Santos to the Chicago house of SF-UR.
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