Rockstar Games has announced that it is bringing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas to Android next month. The game will be optimized for touchscreen devices, just like Rockstar’s other GTA ports for mobile, with new control schemes and a reworked checkpoint system.
It will also have remastered graphics so that it looks better than ever before.
The Sony Xperia Z may be struggling to compete with the Galaxy S4 in many markets, but in Japan, it’s a big seller, and its popularity has helped Sony’s smartphone sales grow. The Japanese company today revealed its fiscal Q1 2013 earnings, which include 9.6 million smartphone shipments — up from 7.4 million in Q1 2012.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City finally makes its debut on Android today, a week after the title make its mobile debut on iOS. It comes to celebrate the original title’s 10th anniversary, and although it’s very much the same game we enjoyed on PlayStation 2 back in 2002, developers Rockstar Games have made a bunch of nice improvements.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is finally available to download on Android (nearly!) and iOS, priced at $4.99. Rockstar Games has brought the hugely popular title to mobile to celebrate its 10th anniversary — as it did with Grand Theft Auto 3 last year — and it has made a number of improvements that will ensure you enjoy the game even more this time around.