The popular cult game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will soon makes its way to your Android smartphone or tablet according to a release by Rockstar Games. Unlike traditional PC to Mobile ports, the GTA: San Andreas app on Android would apparently be slightly different and would feature an “enriched color palette“.
Rockstar Games is yet to give out a specific date of launch, but it’s clear that the launch is taking place next month. The developer claims that the game will be supported by third party game controllers as well, so you don’t necessarily have to rely on the onscreen buttons for gameplay. So it’s quite clear that Rockstar has done some thinking on this one, which also means that it probably won’t go easy on your wallets either. We’re almost heading into December now, so we can expect to have a word on the availability soon.
GTA: San Andreas was originally launched in 2004 as a successor to GTA: Vice City which is already available in the Play Store. So make sure you give that a look as well if you’re a fan of the GTA series.
Source: Rockstar Games
Via: The Verge