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The release of GTA V on PC was ultimately a disaster, with multiple players experiencing numerous technical issues and bugs that were never fixed or patched. After the release of Patch 1.0.11 last week, Rockstar has decided to pull GTA V from digital stores altogether in an effort to fix these problems once and for all – but not before causing significant financial loss for both gamers and retailers alike.

“GTA Trilogy Suffers from Disastrous Launch: PC Version Removed from Stores, Rockstar Launcher Down for over 24 Hours”. The “gta trilogy remastered” is a game that was released on the Xbox One and PS4. However, it suffered from a disastrous launch. The game’s developers have removed the PC version of the game from stores and the Rockstar launcher has been down for over 24 hours.

Image courtesy of Rockstar Games

It’s a shame Rockstar Games opted to limit the PC edition of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition to its own software, since the remastered collection’s debut has been a complete fiasco. The Rockstar Games Launcher has been down for almost 24 hours, making it impossible to play the PC version of the game without using offline workarounds. GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition has also been deleted from Rockstar Games’ online shop.

The Rockstar Games Launcher and its compatible games are currently unavailable due to maintenance. As soon as the maintenance is finished, services will resume.

November 11, 2021 — Rockstar Support (@RockstarSupport)

“We appreciate your patience and understanding as we strive to restore services for the Rockstar Games Launcher and supported games,” Rockstar wrote in an early morning tweet. The launcher is still down ten hours later, according to Rockstar’s official service status website, and other PC games like Red Dead Online are unusable.

GTA-Trilogy-Suffers-from-Disastrous-Launch-PC-Version-Removed-fromImage courtesy of Rockstar Games

Rockstar hasn’t said why the game was yanked, although one idea indicates it has something to do with the game’s licensed soundtrack. GTA: San Andreas still has all of the original music, including those with expired licenses, according to a dataminer.

As a result, OGG-VORBIS is the audio format of choice for the Definitive Editions! San Andreas, on the other hand, features all of the chopped music! It’s only that the script has deactivated it! pic.twitter.com/FBGJINdBYy

November 11, 2021 — Ash R. (@Ash 735)

Dataminers have also identified files in the code that contain information on material that has been edited or removed. Rockstar coders have also made some fascinating remarks.

Internally, Prawn Island was dubbed “Porn Island.”

Internally, Well Stacked Pizza was known as “Pizza Hut.” It’s pure delight. pic.twitter.com/4lP7b6Gqat

November 11, 2021 — Vadim M. (@NationalPepper)

I’m curious as to who “they” are. 😃 pic.twitter.com/oeqKjFoDnk

November 11, 2021 — Vadim M. (@NationalPepper)

Rockstar Games is the source of this information.

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