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All GTA Video Games in Order (2022)

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List of All GTA Games in Order

The Grand Theft Auto franchise is one of the most popular video game franchises of all time. The series has sold over 250 million copies and spawned a movie! It’s a series that people love to debate, so what better way to settle your following argument than by knowing the order in which they were released?

If you’re looking for an easy way to get started with GTA in order or want to see how far back it goes, this list of GTA video games will get you started immediately.

1. Grand Theft Auto

All GTA Video Games in Order

The Grand Theft Auto series is a series of open-world action-adventure video games primarily developed by Rockstar North (formerly DMA Design) and published by Rockstar Games. The first game was released in 1997, with its most tremendous success coming with Grand Theft Auto III, released in 2001. Since then, five more titles have been released, including expansions and spin-off games.

The game’s main title has changed over the years. In 1996 it was known as Race ‘n’ Chase when it featured police pursuits in addition to street racing; the following year, it became known as Grand Theft Auto for the PlayStation and PC platforms before adopting its current name two years later when it received a sequel titled Grand Theft Auto II which moved away from car-jacking towards gang warfare. Both games were developed by DMA Design (now Rockstar North).

2. Grand Theft Auto 2

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Grand Theft Auto 2 is a 1999 open-world action-adventure video game developed by DMA Design (now Rockstar North) and published by BMG Interactive. It was first released in the United Kingdom on 30 June 1999 for the PC, later ported to Microsoft Windows, PlayStation, and Game Boy Color. The game is the second title in the Grand Theft Auto series, following 1997’s Grand Theft Auto.

The story follows Claude Speed as he rises through the ranks of a criminal gang in a future version of Vice City known as Anywhere City (based on Los Angeles). Players can visit various locations around Anywhere City; some are accessible by land or sea, but others require the use of vehicles such as trucks or helicopters to access them. The world consists of urban areas, construction sites, and abandoned buildings which can all be navigated using footpaths or road networks; players may climb overhead structures such as bridges for additional views across areas.

3. Grand Theft Auto III

All GTA Video Games in Order

GTA III is the third title in the Grand Theft Auto series, developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. It was released for PlayStation 2 in October 2001, with an Xbox version being made available in March 2002. A Nintendo GameCube version was released under Grand Theft Auto: Double Trouble! on April 30th, 2003.

The game features three playable characters: Claude Speed, Catalina, and 8-Ball; each has a unique storyline that interweaves with the others once specific criteria are met during play. The player can switch between all three protagonists at any time when not locked into missions or cutscenes (occasionally interrupted by random phone calls from characters).

4. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

All GTA Video Games in Order

Vice City is the best GTA game because it has the best soundtrack, which makes it the best to play with your friends. It’s also a lot of fun to drive around in boats and helicopters, so it’s great if you’re looking for something with fast-paced action. In short, if you are interested in Grand Theft Auto games, Vice City will not disappoint.

5. Grand Theft Auto Advance

All GTA Video Games in Order

Grand Theft Auto Advance was Released in 2001; this game was released on the Gameboy Advance and set in Liberty City (the exact location as the PlayStation 2 game). It is a prequel to Grand Theft Auto III. The game was released in Japan, Europe, and America.

6. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

GTA San Andreas

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is an open-world action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. It was released on 26 October 2004 for the PlayStation 2 and on 7 June 2005 for Microsoft Windows and Xbox. The game is part of the Grand Theft Auto series and chronologically the title of the 9th entry in the series.

In GTA San Andreas, you play Carl “CJ” Johnson in his quest to return back home after his mother’s funeral in Los Santos, San Andreas. You can freely roam around the city or state of San Andreas doing missions that earn you money or respect from gangs or police forces.

7. Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories

Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories is a video game in the Grand Theft Auto series. It is the first Grand Theft Auto game released on the PlayStation Portable and later ported to iOS and Android devices. The game takes place in Liberty City, a fictional city based in New York City, with four playable protagonists (each with their own story).

The player controls Toni Cipriani, an underboss of the Salvatore Leone family who has returned to Liberty City after spending some time in hiding.

8. Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories

Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories

The tenth installment in the Grand Theft Auto series, GTA Vice City Stories, was released for the PlayStation Portable in 2005. It is a prequel to Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and follows Victor Vance as he returns home from army training in Liberty City. The story explores how Victor becomes a member of the Vance Crime Family and details his rise to power within their ranks and his relationship with Lance Vance, Victor’s brother. The latter was previously featured in GTA III (2001). As well as being set on the same map as its predecessor, players can explore new areas that were not previously featured in any other games, such as Little Haiti and Leaf Links Country Club

Several improvements have been made over GTA San Andreas, including an enhanced targeting system that allows you to lock onto specific enemies while driving vehicles by simply holding down the R1 button instead of having to tap it every few seconds like before repeatedly; also, there are now more weapons available like Uzis or MP5s depending on what level your character has reached so far (some of which require purchasing through e-mail packages provided during various missions) along with some additional side missions such as courier driving jobs where you must deliver goods quickly without damaging them too much or else risk losing money.

9. Grand Theft Auto IV

Grand Theft Auto IV

Grand Theft Auto IV was released on 29 April 2008 as the 10th title in the series, developed and published by Rockstar Games. The game is set within Liberty City, a fictional city based in New York City, and comprises three boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Alderney. GTA IV is played from a third-person perspective, switching to first-person during driving and shooting sequences.

The story follows Niko Bellic (voiced by Michael Hollick), an associate of the Serbian gangster Patrick “Packie” McReary (voiced by Danny Mastrogiorgio), who comes to Liberty City after his cousin Roman Bellic’s wedding invitation. Roman had previously moved there with his girlfriend, Mallorie Bardas (voiced by Sasha Alexander). Niko also reunites with his childhood friend Florian Cravic (voiced by Robert Bogue), who was believed to have been killed in a concentration camp during World War II before he was captured.

10. Grand Theft Auto IV The Ballad of Gay Tony

Grand Theft Auto IV The Ballad of Gay Tony

The Ballad of Gay Tony is the second expansion pack for Grand Theft Auto IV, released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on 29 October 2010. It was developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games.

It is a continuation of the story in Grand Theft Auto IV and The Lost and Damned (as they both take place during the same time period), set in Liberty City, which sees many new characters introduced as well as numerous other returning ones from previous GTA games, including Luis Fernando Lopez (aka “Gay Tony”), who also appears in The Ballad of Gay Tony’s predecessor.

The storyline revolves around Luis Fernando Lopez having to deal with threats to his clubs after an attempt on his life while balancing his relationship with his boyfriend, Evan Moss.

11. Grand Theft Auto IV The Lost and Damned

Grand Theft Auto IV The Lost and Damned

  • Grand Theft Auto IV The Lost and Damned (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC)
  • Released: February 17th, 2010
  • Price: $9.99 (PC), $19.99 (Xbox 360/PlayStation 3)
  • Length: About three hours

The Lost and Damned is the first expansion pack for Rockstar Games’ open-world crime drama game set in Liberty City, a fictionalized version of New York City. It tells the story of Johnny Klebitz, a member of The Lost biker gang in Liberty City. In 2008’s GTA IV proper, you played Niko Bellic as he tried to escape his past life as a Serbian war criminal living in America under witness protection after killing his cousin Roman and various other characters from around the city. However, this DLC takes place before that story begins—you won’t encounter any familiar faces here—and focuses on Johnny’s quest to get revenge against Billy Grey. He shot him in the chest during an internal dispute between two factions within The Lost biker gang after Billy was kicked out for being too much of a loose cannon even by their standards!

The Lost and Damned + Ballad of Gay Tony Together on One Disc (The Episodes from Liberty City)

The Lost and Damned + Ballad of Gay Tony together on one disc (The Episodes from Liberty City) – Xbox 360 Exclusive

This quick overview of all GTA Video Games in Order 2022 includes information about The Lost and Damned + Ballad of Gay Tony on one disc (The Episodes from Liberty City).

All GTA Games in Order

  • Grand Theft Auto (1997)
  • Grand Theft Auto 2 (1999)
  • Grand Theft Auto III (2001)
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002)
  • Grand Theft Auto Advance (2003) — Note: This is technically an enhanced port of the original GTA for Game Boy Color; it was released on other platforms later, but this version is the most widely available and has been reviewed by critics as being one of the best portable entries in the series. It’s also worth noting that this game features a different tone from its console counterparts, focusing on humor rather than crime drama/action movie-style storytelling and gameplay.

So if you want to get all GTA games in order, you should play the best ones first and then go down the list. You will not regret this decision because these are some of the most fantastic video games ever made!

Unyime Anthony is a gaming enthusiast specializing in first-in-class gaming content, including PS4, Xbox, Nintendo, and Movies, to educate and inform readers.