GTA Trilogy players stunned by Definitive Edition’s performance on Netflix

Netflix shocked the gaming scene when reports broke the streaming service would get its hands on Grand Theft Auto. The capacity was unknown until Netflix announced the much-maligned GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition would hit the platform.

The Definitive Edition brings three GTA titles together — GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andres — with upgraded graphics, HUD reworks, and more. However, its console release was blasted to bits by fans and players alike due to countless bugs and performance issues, causing players to demand refunds a la Cyberpunk 2077.

The Definitive Edition joined Netflix on December 14, granting mobile players a chance to play said game, provided they have an account with the streaming platform.