Many additions in GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition
That’s it, the much-awaited GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition, which has been around for weeks, is finally here. Thirsty players to retreat They can dive back into these three adventures that have marked video game history.
Premium cheat codes are part of the game, as well as fairly noticeable graphics improvements for the re-controller. Rockstar didn’t seem to skimp on the extras, but some of them weren’t really necessary…because they’re all bugs. In this case, a YouTuber discovered it.
Invisible Bridge in GTA: San Andreas
YouTuber Banden shared his discovery via video. In the wooded area of Shady Creeks, a bridge allowed, in the original version of GTA: San Andreas, to cross a river and avoid boring detours. But in the modified version, this bridge does not appear. It is possible to borrow it, even if the decorations do not appear.
However, players new to GTA: San Andreas will find it difficult to do this, even if it appears on the map. The bug should be quickly corrected by Rockstar in an upcoming update, so players can get the most out of it. One of the best PS2 games.
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