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Netflix is releasing three GTA games on its streaming service

Callum Jones

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Netflix is releasing three GTA games on its streaming service

Featured Image Credit: Rockstar/Netflix

While it may not be the GTA VI news we are all waiting for, GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas are all coming to Netflix Games for mobile next month.

It was previously reported that some GTA titles would be coming to Netflix, and now the streaming platform has responded to the speculation.

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While Netflix is obviously known for stellar series and shows, they also have a service offering a variety of different games to its subscribers.

Compared to the likes we see on Xbox and PlayStation, these titles are certainly lacklustre - though a GTA game would certainly improve the collection.

A report from the Wall Street Journal last month detailed Netflix's ongoing efforts to improve its games lineup with original IP's, after acquiring a number of development studios in recent times.

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GTA 3 is coming to Netflix. Credit: Rockstar Games
GTA 3 is coming to Netflix. Credit: Rockstar Games

The report claimed that Netflix had 'discussed plans' to release a new Grand Theft Auto on its service through a potential licensing agreement with GTA's publisher Take-Two Interactive.

Aside from that, not many other developments are known surrounding this development.

Questions remained as to what type of game this would be, the development team behind it.

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There was even speculation that GTA V could make its way over to Netflix, though that rumor has seemingly been put to bed for now.

That is because Netflix has confirmed that Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy: The Definitive Edition will be dropping on Netflix Games for mobile on 14 December.

The trilogy collection includes GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas - some of the most popular games in the entire franchise.

As is GTA: San Andreas. Credit: Rockstar Games
As is GTA: San Andreas. Credit: Rockstar Games
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Wednesday's announcement will be some people's first knowledge of Netflix Games even being a thing.

However, the introduction of GTA games to the service will lead to many wondering how to get involved.

Well, games from Netflix can be dowloaded and played on mobile devices - Android phones and tablets & iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

You play games using your Netflix account and your Netflix profile, but games are not available on Netflix Kids.

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Netflix say: "Like downloaded TV shows and movies, games can be played on multiple devices on the same account. If you hit your device limit, we'll let you know. To free up a slot, sign out of devices not in use."

Topics: Technology, Gaming, Grand Theft Auto, Netflix, US News, UK News, News, Phones

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