• Rockstar Games has a lot in the pipeline if rumors are to be believed
  • The gaming studio is scheduled to release "GTA 5 Expanded and Enhanced Edition" this year
  • Rumors claim that fans might get more details about the Trilogy remaster in 90 days

A new set of details about "GTA 3 Remastered" surfaced online recently, including the game's release date, launch platforms and new features. 

Rockstar Games is reportedly preparing for the launch of the series, to be called "GTA III Remaster," according to a new post in 4Chan, as spotted by AltChar. The post claims that the gaming studio, in commemoration of the original game's  20th anniversary, might launch its new HD version. The classic game was released in October 2001, which means the upcoming remaster could arrive in October of this year.

Apart from the potential launch date, the post also shared some more details about the "GTA III Remaster." The said game will reportedly use the same game engine as "GTA 5." As for its features, fans can expect new vehicles and new weapons. The upcoming HD remaster version of the classic "GTA" game will apparently launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. 

GTA 5 Taylor Pelling of Sutton poses with his copy of the console game Grand Theft Auto 5 at the midnight opening of the HMV music store in central London. Grand Theft Auto anchors a growing stable of hits. Photo: LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images

It will also release on new-generation gaming consoles such as Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5, according to the post. While this is a piece of interesting information, this is not official. Like other leaks and rumors, fans should temper their expectations and take this with a hefty amount of salt.

Last year, rumors about the release of "GTA Trilogy Remastered" started to circulate online after insiders teased about it on GTA Forums. The rumored trilogy remaster, also dubbed as  "GTA PS2 Trilogy," is consists of games like "Grand Theft Auto III," "San Andreas"  and "Vice City." These games are well-loved in the community since they are a set franchise for both PlayStation and Rockstar Games.

Early this year, rumors claim that fans might get more details about the Trilogy remaster in 90 days. In other words, the project could be announced sometime in April or May. Aside from this, Rockstar Games is currently preparing to release "GTA 5 Expanded and Enhanced Edition." The game is scheduled to roll out on new-generation gaming consoles.

Fans are also waiting for the gaming studio's confirmation if it is indeed developing the much-awaited title "GTA 6." Contrary to fans' anticipation, Rockstar Games has not yet said anything related to the sequel.