A character editing bridge failure in Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy-Definitive Edition causes Tommy Vercetti to drown.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy-The Definitive Edition should be a pleasant journey of memories. However, it can be said that the remastered series is definitely not the case for fans of the series.
From bugs and glitches that ruin the game to spelling errors on the GTA 3 store logo, the players of the trilogy only have a bitter taste in their mouths, because countless mistakes plague the entire experience.
Presently, much more dissatisfaction from fans is being focused on an unjustifiable instant kill bridge glitch.
Definitive Edition is developer Grove Street Games’ attempt to remaster 3 classic GTA games
For starters, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition is an attempt by the developer Grove Street Games to remaster 3 classic GTA games by upgrading textures and resolutions.
The remasters include Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Although this sounds like a dream come true to many gamers, the public response has been negative. And the poor quality has resulted in unbelievably low Metacritic scores for the GTA Trilogy.
Fake bridge is one of the glitches in GTA Vice City
All in all, the shocking release state makes fans feel frustrated. Because many believe that Grove Street Games will handle the trilogy more carefully.
After all, the original is the three most acclaimed GTAs ever.
However, in the midst of different issues with the series in launching, more glitches are still being discovered today, including this illegal fake bridge.
A quick clip taken while roaming in Vice City shows that the player is approaching a pontoon bridge registered on the minimap.
However, when Reddit user WhiteNight0204 crossed the bridge, the path to the ships inexplicably caused them to gradually pass and be submerged in the blue waves crashing below.
For those who have never played Vice City, Tommy is a protagonist in the GTA series who can’t swim. So even contact with the ocean may cause him to die.
But that’s not all, because the punishment of building a watery grave will take away all Tommy’s weapons. That is a pretty severe punishment for games played on the beach.
After uploading the video, the post received more than 200 likes and replies flooded in, joking at the cost of the Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy.
Surprisingly, this is not even the first invisible bridge in the remake series to be pushed into the spotlight. Because another one can be found absurdly in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Rockstar Games updated the GTA Trilogy to make Tommy’s adventures in Vice City smoother
In short, mistakes such as these have shamingly undermined the re-release of these industry-defined games.
Nevertheless, there is still light at the end of the tunnel, because Rockstar Games updated the GTA Trilogy, which makes Tommy’s adventure in Vice City smoother.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is suitable for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.