+ Saturday May 25th, 2019

GTA Liberty City
Fans of open world gaming series Grand Theft Auto will be pleased this morning, with Rockstar Games announcing that Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories is now available to download for Android.

Rockstar Games has priced the game at $5.99 for an introductory period until the 24th of February and offers gamers the chance to explore Liberty City in a massive open world environment that’s been enhanced for mobile. Rockstar Games have updated the graphics with updated real-time lighting and shadoes, upgraded textures and art and greater draw distances.

As well as better graphics, the game has also been modified for a better touch based experience for a better targeting system and enhanced analog steering.

Rockstar Games has also seeded in cross-platform cloud saves for people using their Social Club – their online community. As a bonus if you do login to the Rockstar Games Social Club you’ll get an I HEART LC t-shirt for that same account used in Grand Theft Auto Online for PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC.

If you’re interested in getting into Liberty City – and why wouldn’t you be? – head over to Google Play and snag the game now.

GTA: Liberty City Stories
GTA: Liberty City Stories
Source: Rockstar Games.

Daniel Tyson  


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