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News video games 17 November 2021, 10:16

author: Przemyslaw Dygas

Growing Cars and Disappearing Windshields, or GTA Trilogy's Old and New Issues

Players are discovering more bugs in GTA Trilogy. It turns out that some of them look quite familiar.

  • GTA: Trilogy - Definitive Edition has bugs known from the original releases;
  • This includes a bug that causes a car to grow;
  • The game also has a problem with smashing car windows.

To say that GTA Trilogy - Definitive Edition disappointed the players would be the understatement of the year. After the release of the remasters, a massive wave of criticism flooded the web. Many people point out the set's frustrating technical condition. Some of the errors also arouse laughter.

It turns out that GTA: Trilogy - Definitive Edition recreates the experience of games from years past so faithfully that it even has the same bugs as the original releases. We are talking about a bug that causes the car to gradually grow larger as you repeatedly turn it left and right. This glitch was present in the original version of GTA 3 and was called Ghost Car.

It can be encountered while performing a taxi mission. However, it is fair to say that it is difficult to come across it by accident. To get into possession of the car, which is slowly growing, you need to carefully follow the instructions posted online. The prize is a vehicle that not only reaches an impressive size, but also goes through any objects standing in its way.

This isn't the only issue that has caught the attention of gamers. Some have noticed that the car windows in the remaster of San Andreas has a tendency to disappear. In the original version of the game, after being shot at, they would first crack and then shatter into smaller pieces. However, in Definitive Edition the glass simply evaporates. Their destruction is not accompanied by any effect.

It is difficult to explain what could be the reason for this. However, such problems do not add to Rockstar Games' reputation. Especially since getting rid of them can be complicated.

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