A recent update to the Steam version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas makes it incompatible with old save files, and removes 17 songs from the game's original soundtrack.
Rockstar Nexus notes that these are the same songs that were removed from the mobile version of the game, presumably due to licensing issues.
Might an updated version of GTA: San Andreas (with widescreen, Xinput, and Steam Achievements support) be coming to PC owners soon? It may be that the game is being updated to include widescreen/Xinput support and possibly Steam achievements to coincide with the 360 release (as well as the game's 10th anniversary this coming week).
From my understanding, the upcoming update on steam will have removed songs due to licensing agreement and maybe 1080p res option.
CJ is forced on a journey that takes him across the entire state of San Andreas, to save his family and to take control of the streets.
Rockstar Games brings its biggest release to mobile yet with a vast open-world covering the state of San Andreas and its three major cities – Los Santos, San Fierro and Las Venturas – with enhanced visual fidelity and over 70 hours of gameplay.
It’s a hollow victory for those who have put in time on the game already, only to have their progress unloadable, their favourite songs removed from the game and their maximum resolution limited.
Furthermore, GTA: San Andreas‘ Steam database information reveals that the game has been subject to a a number of recent updates.If you purposely restricted yourself to touch screen only, then it's your fault for not being knowledgeable enough to know that...GASP you can actually play android/emulators with controllers Xperia Z3's remote play controller combo far outdo's that of the Vita's remote play simply due to having an HD screen, and all controls. the blame lies in the version they released on steam, i've had no problem completing the game multiple times after downgrading Occasional crash if i dont disable steam overlay walkthrough downgrader Trying to load a previous save game will simply start a new game.
The only good news to come out of this is that Xbox 360 controller support is now native.A new update has been pushed to Steam which is replacing the old version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas with a copy that is similar to the newly released HD edition for Xbox 360.