Dataminers find unfinished GTA Trilogy VR mode inside game files


By Ray Ampoloquio November 22, 2021

It's no secret that Rockstar Games and Grove Street Games could have done a better job with GTA Trilogy.

To say that Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition damaged Rockstar's reputation is only fitting. 

The highly anticipated trilogy should have received all praises at launch, but the opposite has happened since.

At the moment, Rockstar and Grove Street are busy making sure that GTA Trilogy runs as intended and with few issues. 

With that said, it appears that GTA Trilogy actually had other unfinished features that never made it to the full game. 

According to Ben Turpin, there exists a way to run San Andreas in first-person mode, likely as a means to play it in VR.

While the mode is an unfinished build and can only be accessed via the debug menu, it's interesting that it exists in the first place.

Unfortunately, fans shouldn't expect Rockstar and Grove Street to release the VR mode for GTA Trilogy anytime soon. 

Facebook already confirmed earlier this year that it was working on a VR version of San Andreas for the Oculus Quest 2.