Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas No Longer Available on Steam; Signs Pointing Toward HD Rerelease on PC

on October 27, 2014 6:49 AM

As Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas turns 10 this year following its original release on the PS2 and Xbox (and later PC), Rockstar seems to be celebrating the milestone year for the game with a new, updated HD rerelease of the game that launched on Xbox 360 this past weekend, and it appears that may also be coming to PC.

Reports detail that the PC version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is no longer available to purchase through Steam, with database information on the game also indicating that a number of updates have recently been coming to the game, indicating that the HD version of San Andreas released for Xbox 360 may also be coming to PC in the near future. Along with updating the game’s visuals for 720p resolution, the new release on Xbox 360 also added in other tweaks, such as enhanced draw distance and Achievements, features would could likely make it into the potential new PC version.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has been rereleased for Xbox 360 – stay tuned for more details of a potential new PC release.

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