Those who have known about the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition release are probable very much aware of the quantity of bugs it sent off with. Notwithstanding, with that being said, few out of every odd bug that appears in the Definitive Edition of GTA was a result of a messed up remaster. Some of them have been around for as long as the series entries' original releases.
As of late, a GTA: Vice City player shared a strange event where in the midst of a side mission, a cop suddenly showed up out of nowhere and ruined everything. Those who are new to the original release may think it was one of Definitive Edition's numerous glitches, yet that is not the situation here.
Fabulous Theft Auto Vice City has a legend, and it's commonly alluded to as Supercop or Ultracop. For reasons unknown, this specific section, in any event, when it originally released for the PS2, would sometimes see players experiencing GTA cops emerging out of nowhere to arrest them. By and large, this would only happen when a player had an especially high star rating. It's not feasible for cops to take drastic actions in GTA to arrest someone, however the eccentricity of the Supercop is interesting.
Supercop has been known to show up even in mid-air in request to secure a suspect. In this specific case, it's a piece odd that the Supercop showed up, as it seems as however the player didn't have a star rating by any stretch of the imagination. Truth be told, subsequent to being yanked from the vehicle, Supercop simply walks away, seemingly content to have ruined the player's side mission.
Redditor ZonZolto kidded that their driving was so terrible that it urged the cop to show up, and some in the comments, amused, concurred. At last, it's indistinct on the off chance that the GTA Trilogy Remaster really exacerbated the Supercop or not. In any case, while this bug might seem to be annoying to some, those who encountered the original PS2 title and were spooky by Supercop might be strangely delighted to see them still around. A novel peculiarity can strike whenever, which is especially interesting since cops in GTA's PS2 hits didn't have especially great AI or pathfinding.
GTA, as other open world games, has always had its glitches and bugs, such as sending Niko flying subsequent to running into a GTA 4 swingset. With any karma, any future patches to the game will continue to iron out problems with the remaster while leaving Supercop set up.