Years after GTA Vice City came out, one of the players found a mission that Rockstar had made but never released. All of this is because of the remaster, which had files from a task that had been forgotten.
Grove Street Games made a lot of mistakes when making the terrible Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy The Definitive Edition collection of three GTA games. One mistake was including the original source code, which had a lot of content that had been cut out before. Because of this, the collection was not available on the PC for a long time.
Players got access to GTA The Trilogy: The Definitive Edition and started digging into the production code, which had a number of files meant for internal use only. The “movie demo” mission should be at the top of the list of interesting discoveries.
The quest where Tommy Vercetti leaves the Ocean Beach Police Station with two mobsters following him is hidden under this name. Vadim, who found the deleted files, confirms the details of the task: Tommy was supposed to shoot the opponents, but he suddenly starts running away with his friend, but their car crashes into the barrels and explodes.
Vadim also found pieces of cut-out dialogue in which Steve Scott, the movie producer played by Dennis Hopper, calls Tommy and asks him to be in the car chase scene.