GTA 4 remaster still coming and with other games too according to leaker

Niko from GTA IV posting in from of Statue of LibertyRockstar Games

A Grand Theft Auto leaker has claimed that Rockstar Games are still planning a GTA 4 remaster, but they could follow the Definitive Edition and bundle it with other games. 

Throughout 2021, the Grand Theft Auto community was set alight with hype after it was revealed that Rockstar Games would be remastering GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas. The bundle was eventually released as the ‘Definitive Edition’ but the excitement quickly fell away due to problems with the remasters.

While many fans just want to get their hands on GTA 6 at this point, there have also been claims that the iconic game developers would be reviving GTA IV with a remaster of its own.

Even though things had gone quiet on that front for a while, a new set of claims have been made about the remaster, and it looks like it’ll be following in the footsteps of the Definitive Edition.

GTA III heistRockstar Games
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Definitive Edition got off to a rocky start.

The claims come from Matheusvictorbr-, who has made plenty of claims about GTA 6 and GTA Online over the last few months. Though, they’ve yet to be proven one way or the other.

According to the leaker, who was speaking to XFire about Rockstar’s plans for the future, a GTA IV remaster is coming “eventually” but it will be as part of a bundle.

Like the Definitive Edition, it will supposedly be a three-game collection, but there is no mention of what the other two games would be.

Niko Bellic in GTA IV being chased by another car who is shooting at himRockstar Games
Niko Bellic has been rumored to feature in GTA 5, but we see him back in GTA 4 before long.

It would be easy to suggest that Rockstar may be planning a remaster of the GTA 4 Complete Edition, which included GTA IV and it’s two DLC add-ons – the Lost and the Damned, and the Ballad of Gay Tony. Though, who knows.

Like with everything else GTA-related, it remains a game of wait and see until Rockstar says something themselves, but they’ve remained pretty quiet on things in recent weeks.

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