Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is being re-released on the Xbox 360 on October 26. The open world action game was released on the first Xbox in 2004, making its way to the 360 as an Xbox Original. This new release will have some enhancements, including better graphics and achievement support.
San Andreas on the 360 will feature 720p resolution and better draw distance, rendering far-away landmarks and objects better. It will also have 33 achievements, including 11 secret achievements. San Andreas will be a part of Games on Demand on Xbox Live.
This new release will be completely separated from the Xbox Originals version. Saves will not transfer between the two. Owners of the Xbox Originals version of San Andreas will still be able to access it, in addition to downloading the Games on Demand release.
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