GTA: San Andreas Definitive Edition might have found its perfect home on iPhone 15 Pro Max — and anyone with a Netflix subscription can try it right now for free

It’s no great secret that Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy – Definitive Edition had a very poor launch back in November 2021. With a litany of bugs, poor performance, and unpopular changes made to in-game signs, visuals, and more, it was one of the most controversial releases RockStar has delivered. Now that the entire trilogy is available on iPhone via Netflix, it’s thankfully a significantly better experience. 

If you’re looking for an easy way to play one of the most widely acclaimed sandbox titles of all time, you can now get it free in the shape of this new mobile port with your existing Netflix account, so long as you have an iPhone XS or later, or an iPad 8 or later. This is a wide range of supported devices, equalling over 30 total. 

San Andreas

(Image credit: RockStar)

If you have somehow never played it, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is an open-world action game where you play as CJ, returning to his old home after his mother has been murdered. He soon gets trapped in a cycle of gang violence, coercion, and blackmail, as he tries to figure out why his home is being taken over by another gang. It’s engrossing, iconic, and incredibly fun. The game coming to Netflix Games is a great win for the service and another reason to keep your streaming subscription alive. We’d imagine the Apple Arcade executives are kicking themselves for not bagging this collection.

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

(Image credit: RockStar)

Netflix, through excellent titles like Death’s Door, Before Your Eyes, Dead Cells, and more, has become surprisingly good for games. As long as you have an account of some kind, you can play the entire library without ads. 


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