‘Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy’ will launch with DLSS

All you had to do was upscale the damn resolution

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy will launch with Nvidia‘s DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling), allowing players to make their game look better with less of an effect on performance.

In a blog, Nvidia has revealed that Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy fans will be able to utilise DLSS if they have a Geforce RTX graphics card, desktop or laptop.

DLSS allows players to run games at a much lower input resolution, as the software then uses a neural network to upscale the resolution to higher levels. As put by Nvidia, DLSS can “boost frame rates significantly” while creating “sharp images for your games”.

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Nvidia has also said that it will showcase Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy utilising RTX hardware at “a later date”.

Grand Theft Auto 3: The Definitive Edition
Grand Theft Auto 3: The Definitive Edition. Image credit: Rockstar Games

Outside of DLSS, Nvidia’s blog also reiterates the differences between the original titles and the remasters, describing “across-the-board enhancements” that include “new lighting and environmental upgrades, high-resolution textures, increased draw distances, Grand Theft Auto 5-style controls and targeting, and much more.”

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy is set to launch digitally on November 11, with physical editions aiming for a December 7 release. The remastered trilogy will launch on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Within the trilogy, GTA: San Andreas The Definitive Edition will be available on Xbox Game Pass from November 11, while GTA 3: The Definitive Edition will go over to PlayStation Now from December 7.

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In other news, the full launch of eFootball 2022 has been delayed. Initially planned for November 11 – the same day as Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – version 1.0 has been pushed back to spring 2022. Furthermore, all Premium Player Pack pre-orders have been cancelled, and Konami has said that refunds will be issued automatically.

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