The upcoming Grand Theft Auto Trilogy will be running on the Unreal Engine according to a new data mine on the Rockstar Games Launcher.
Back in September, it was revealed that the upcoming GTA Trilogy Remastered would be running on Unreal Engine as the Rockstar Launcher was updated and references to the project were found.
Users have located these references to the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Remaster after mining the Rockstar Launcher data.
The games are claimed to be launching soon, despite not having being officially confirmed, although a leak in Taiwan has all but confirmed their existence.
However, these recent findings have taken the trilogy rumours another step closer to it actually becoming a reality.
‘GTANet’ took to Twitter to share the information from The Rockstar Launcher update that was discussed in fan hub GTAForums, the post read “The Rockstar Games Launcher on PC has just had an update! And with it…”
This information isn’t actually visible in the launcher’s frontend yet, however by digging around with a hex editor fans have been gttaable to locate these references.
The original GTA games did not use Unreal Engine, so it is pretty clear from these references that something new is on the cards.
Previous rumours have suggested that the trilogy is set to release in November this year, however it is unclear if this is true so we must take this information with a pinch of salt until an official announcement is made.
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