Kotaku: GTA Remastered Trilogy is on its way to Nintendo Switch

We get a really prominent rumor related to Nintendo Switch. Apparently, GTA Remastered Trilogy would be on its way to the hybrid console, according to the respected media outlet Kotaku.

The website claims that the remaster would arrive before the end of this year and would include remastered versions of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Specifically, they mention that it will be available this fall.

Along with this, they point out that the games mix new and old graphics in these remasters created with Unreal Engine. They would include an updated user interface, but keeping the same classic style trying to be faithful to PS2.

Those responsible for the launch would be Rockstar Dundee, formerly known as Ruffian Games and in charge of Crackdown 2, Crackdown 3 and assistant in Halo: The Master Chief Collection. They had planned to launch this collection imminently, although from Kotaku they point out that Pandemic might have changed their original plans and now it would arrive in October-November this year only in digital format.

Finally, they also mention that Rockstar plans to develop more ports in collaboration with various teams of titles such as Red Dead Redemption, although they add that they would only become a reality depending on the sales performance of previously released games.