Rockstar Games has pulled the PC version of GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition from sale, and for almost two days, the launcher was offline.
While the Rockstar launcher was eventually brought back online, the PC version of the game remains unavailable for purchase on Rockstar’s website, and those who already own it are unable to play it. And it is unknown as of press time when the game will be brought back online.
According to Rockstar, the game was pulled due to some files “unintentionally” included with the PC version. The studio is working to have them removed, but what these files are, the studio didn’t state.