GTA: Rockstar Games has not officially confirmed it, but Snoop Dog has revealed it in an interview with Rolling Stone. Snoop Dog is working with Dr. Dre on the Grand Theft Auto series. In an interview with Rolling Stone, the rapper has confirmed the collaboration with Rockstat Games, although he has not gone into details or specified the project in question. VGC has counted on the study to verify the information, but the Americans have declined to comment on it.
“I know he’s in the studio,” said Dre’s Snoop. “I do know that he’s making fucking good music, and some piece is connected to the GTA game that’s coming out.” And he adds: “I think it will be the way his music is released, through a GTA video game.” It is not clear what Grand Theft Auto refers to, if it is an update for the online version or another product, since the sixth installment does not seem to be coming out in the short or medium term.
GTA Trilogy, on the way
The one that will see the light sooner rather than later is Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy: Definitive Edition, an improved compilation of three of the classics of the saga, GTA III, San Andreas and Vice City. It will go on sale on November 11 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC and Nintendo Switch, although it will first do so in digital format. Those who want the physical version will have to wait a little longer, specifically until December 7.
Everything seems to indicate that the physical edition on Nintendo Switch will not include all three video games on the card. The cover informs about the need for an additional download, which according to what has been known has to do with GTA Vice City, since its size in the cartridge is minimal. Rockstar has also not explained the reasons for this decision.