One skilled artist has made an amazing new cover for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition, taking all three classic Grand Theft Auto protagonists and merging them in a comic-book-style art piece. Fabulous Theft Auto's comic-book-style artwork has been an integral part of the series, allowing the titles to be easily conspicuous for almost two decades. With the series being known for its ludicrous viciousness, detail, and humor, its one of a kind art style impeccably sets the state of mind of each game and gives players a glimpse of what they can anticipate while diving into Rockstar Games' universe.

The since quite a while ago expected GTA trilogy remaster was released November 2021 across consoles and PC, allowing present day audiences to encounter the classic PS2-time titles - Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - patched up with visual enhancements and ongoing interaction improvements for current-age platforms. Each title features higher-resolution textures, more noteworthy draw distances, redid lighting, weather effects, and modernized controls with the expansion of every stage version of the GTA Definitive Edition being slightly not quite the same as the other. Tragically, displeased fans took to social media following its launch to scorn its graphical glitches, bugs, and then some. Despite its specialized issues, Rockstar Games has promised to release updates after some time to address a large number of the difficulties players are having, and the remastered assortment is at this point not in a wrecked state as it was during its disastrous launch.

Posted on Reddit, user KingFahad360 shared artwork by skilled artist Patrick Brown that recreates the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition cover art with all three protagonists from the trilogy. The amazing stitch puts together Claude Speed from Grand Theft Auto III, Tommy Vercetti from Vice City, and Carl Johnson from San Andreas, each character with their own respective shading connected with their games to make a definitive assortment cover. Interestingly, Brown's art style in the artwork matches Rockstar's and could easily trick anybody as being official due to being high quality and mint.

Despite receiving backlash, the newest GTA trilogy remaster expected to satisfy the series' original vision, introducing a more cartoon-styled approach with its graphics reminiscent of the original art style. Rockstar has used the same art design for its Grand Theft Auto computer game covers since the release of Grand Theft Auto III and continues to do as such with every installment in the series.

Almost every title in the Grand Theft Auto trilogy is 20 years old and artists like Patrick Brown continue to keep the famous sandbox franchise timeless. While the original trilogy is considered to have matured ineffectively, the assortment of its esthetics and characters offers something for everybody and will continue to do as such long into the future.