Behold Gameplay Video for Grand Theft Auto Vice City: Definitive Edition on PS5 (4K)

Credit:, Saad Chaudhry
Credit:, Saad Chaudhry

GTA Vice City is almost two decades old, but even so, it will remain for long as one of the best-selling games ever created. Launched in 2002, GTA Vice City presents the adventures of Tommy Vercetti, who will have to make his way through the city of Miami from the ’80s.

The entire game offers a lot of aspects of the exciting world of the ’80s: disco music, the increase in popularity of heavy metal music, iconic beaches, and a lot more.

GTA Vice City is revamped and launched today, November 11, in the form of Grand Theft Auto Trilogy: the Definitive Edition. The game has received a lot of graphical improvements as well as gameplay tweaks, and the video below proves it:

Grand Theft Auto Trilogy: the Definitive Edition is available for a wide range of platforms: Xbox Series X and Series S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS, and Windows PC. The trilogy also includes remakes for other two legendary games of the GTA series: GTA 3 and GTA San Andreas.

Those willing to play the new set of revamped GTA games on a PC will need a machine that features at least the following configuration: a CPU like Intel Core i5-6600K / AMD FX-6300 or something better, 8 GB of RAM, a video card such as Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R9 280 (2GB), 45GB of free space on the storage disk, and Windows 10 as the operating system.

Those days when there were still games available and able to run on Windows 7 seem to be over for good. It was obvious that things will evolve to this point, even if there are still a lot of folks out there who prefer the good old Windows 7. However, their arguments are very strong, although the progress of technology doesn’t care too much about one or another’s preferences of such kind.

Cristian Antonescu
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