A few days after onset on iOS devices, the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas also debuts on Android, available on Google Play for $5.99.
Last week, Rockstar Games released the iOS version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the famous title launched in 2004 on the iOS platform. Today, the game debuted on Android platform, available on the Google Play store. Both editions are priced at $5.99 — higher than the average video game for smartphones and tablets, but undoubtedly the quality of the gameplay justifies.
Five years ago, Carl Johnson escaped from the oppressive life in Los Santos, a struggling city with the problems of gangs, drugs and corruption, where film stars and millionaires were doing their best to prevent drug dealers and criminals from the street. Now, in the early 90s, Carl has to go home. His mother has been murdered, his family has fallen apart, and his childhood friends are about to make a bad end.
It’s introduction to the campaign of GTA: San Andreas, one of the most beloved chapters of the series, which takes players through the streets of Los Santos, San Fierro and Las Venturas, with an adventure that requires over 70 hours to be completed.
The remastered graphics for the higher resolution with improved lighting system, ability to upload your backups on the cloud server, controls adapted to the touchscreen display (with three different customizable layouts), compatibility with the wireless controller, USB and Bluetooth, Immersion haptic effects and advanced settings for graphics. These’re the features offered by the mobile variant of the title, almost ten years after its debut; and it still manages to have fun regardless the platform is in use.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is compatible with all devices based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread (and later). The only system requirement is needed to run the 2.4 GB of free disk space to serve for installation.