Listen to playlists featuring hit songs from Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition

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Listen to playlists featuring hit songs from Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition

Celebrate today’s launch of this enhanced trilogy with a trio of Spotify playlists featuring the sounds of Liberty City, Vice City, and San Andreas.

Step into the worlds of Liberty City, Vice City, and San Andreas in Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, and get behind the wheel to find your favorite station or host on the radio dial, each thoughtfully curated and packed with hits and hidden gems. 

The team at PlayStation is so excited to dive into these enhanced classics and their iconic soundtracks, that we curated a trio of Spotify playlists. Now Spotify users can listen to timeless tunes of GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas, whether they’re fleeing the law in game or going about their daily life.

Please enjoy!

Grand Theft Auto III Playlist

Cruise to the radio stations of Liberty City, from the classical motifs of Double Clef FM to Scientist’s Dub classics on K-Jah.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Playlist

Indulge in nostalgic tunes from the melodrama of Emotion 98.3 to the quintessential 80s pop of Wave 103.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Playlist

Ride in style with sounds ranging from the West Coast rap of Radio Los Santos to the Chicago house of SF-UR.


Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is available now on PS4 and PS5. Grand Theft Auto III – The Definitive Edition will be available on PlayStation Now starting December 7.

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  • I love that these are also the uncensored versions of the songs! Thanks for this trip down memory lane! Definitely playing these now!

  • Listen to the Iconic soundtrack, now with different songs

  • “quintessential 80s pop”
    *notices no Billie Jean which would play by default when entering car at start of the original PS2 Vice City*
    I dunno. I feel like we’d be better off if they’d cut all the licensed music (especially if that would help lessen the cost of the games) and just have us run Spotify playlists of the full soundtracks. That Vice City list is 73 songs so it’s missing 40?

    • I was saying the same damn thing they took MJ songs out of the game they just ruined my child hood fun now it was to good to be true smdh

    • Yep. And that’s not even the worst of issues with this hugely disastrous ‘Definitive Edition’. It’s full of bugs and ugly graphics and physics issues and broken effects and all sorts.

  • I think only GTA 3 will be on PS Now? Is it the whole game now? Their article makes it confusing.

    • “Grand Theft Auto III – The Definitive Edition”

      Seems like it’s only this title to be available on PsNow.

  • Just definitive version of GTA III

  • The fact that this game is $80 CAD (literally screw you for this), not available on Steam, doesn’t have a physical PS5 version available AND you had the balls to remove the original versions from storefronts makes it really hard to support.

    • They would wreck their reputation even more if they put this rushed p.o.s. on steam. They’re smart enough to not release on steam, but not smart enough to use the time it took to make this waste and make gta6.

  • 100% buena música 🎶🎵

  • Can any1 game share dis

  • Don’t buy before you see the reviews!

  • Let’s be honest, Vice City has by far the best and most variety songs out of all three by far.
    Since GTA 3 is coming to PS Now ans SA to XGL, neither company got the best GTA of that era.

  • Did they really remove MJ songs out of the game are you kidding me. They just ruined some great moments WOW. Who wants to start the game off with Billie Jean or get chased by the cops listening to Wanna be starting something driving all over the city smdh

    • Did that last sentence come out the opposite of what you meant?
      But yeah his tracks (as well as those of several other legends) have been removed from releases of those GTA games for almost ten years due to licensing rights expiring and seems Rockstar didn’t feel like renewing those even though they make a FORTUNE from GTA Online and the continuing sales of GTAV. But they’ll probably need that money to pay off the legal fees because much of the missing music has been discovered to be existing in the code (just not playable within the game) so they’ve been illegally distributing music they have no license for. This entire release has been a disaster.

  • Should be pulled from the stores and 3 replaced with something else on Now next month due the state of the games. Absolutely terrible.

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