There is good news for Netflix customers who like playing games. Because now GTA: Trilogy – The Definitive Edition has been released on this streaming platform.

Luckily, these old school games can be enjoyed without additional costs. As long as you are a Netflix member, people can play it.

GTA: Trilogy – The Definitive Edition contains three titles, including GTA San Andreas, GTA III, and Vice City. All three can be tested using Android or iOS devices.

There seems to be no need to doubt the quality. Some gamers even praised it, and said that the visuals presented looked good.

One of them was conveyed by NikTek on its official X (formerly known as Twitter) account. He said GTA: San Andreas Definitive Edition, which launched on HP, was the most amazing thing he had ever seen.

“I don’t know what magic Netflix did here, but they managed to keep the same GTA: San Andreas feel while giving us amazing lighting, shadows and reflections. It looks great,”

This statement is related to what Rockstar Games said on the first day of release. They say that the mobile version has Classic Lighting mode, to make the sky look and feel like in the original game.

So what if you don’t subscribe to Netflix? Of course, you can still reminisce with GTA: Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.

The developer revealed that they also launched the three games separately from Netflix. It’s just that if you want to play it, players have to spend IDR 219 thousand for each game.

But they don’t just present it on mobile. Rockstar said GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is also available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Rockstar Games Launcher, Steam, and Epic Games Store.