If you have played Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you might have noticed how the resolution of the game on both the new smartphones was a bit off. Well, Rockstar now comes in bearing glad tidings for all GTA: Vice City users, as the developer updates the game with native resolution support for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Head over the jump for further information.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was one of the most eagerly-anticipated releases this holiday for iOS, and with good reason. The tenth anniversary re-release of the iconic original title was teased on numerous occasion by Rockstar, and when it finally made an appearance on December 6th, I - like many Vice City fans - excitedly went over to the App Store and parted with the cash. Unfortunately, unlike the remake of GTA III last year, the launch has left many users noting of numerous bugs, and so instead of spending the past ten days celebrating the landmark launch, Rockstar has been working hard to iron out the lingering bugs. Today, version 1.1 of Vice City has been released to the App Store, and as per the changelog, most of the problems should now have been solved.
Rockstar Games' iconic Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is ten years old would you believe, and to commemorate the release, the game developer is pushing a reworked version out to those wielding the popular mobile devices. Both iOS and Android will be getting a taste of Vice City on their smartphones and tablets this holiday, and with the release date just days away now, Rockstar has done what it so frequently does, and released some screenshots.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is almost ready to make its tenth anniversary appearance on mobile devices, and in anticipation for the launch on December 6th, Rockstar has released a teaser video. By the looks of things, the game will look and run like the classic version on console, and since the release of GTA III to the small screen went down a treat, we'd expect the controls to have been adapted in a similar way for optimal gaming performance.