UPDATE: Insider reports now say the original late 2021 release date is for last-gen versions (PS4, XBO, and Switch) only. PS5 and XBX/S versions won't release until 2022.
Well, my anticipation just dipped a little with this news. I still plan on getting it when it does eventually hit PS5, whenever that may be. I love me my nostalgia and relive it whenever I can, especially when I have no way of playing the original PS2 releases of GTA3, Vice City and San Andreas, anymore.
But hopefully this means we're getting the "true" definitive versions that actually take advantage of next-gen hardware. That's what sets concurrent first-party exclusives (Sony exclusives also releasing on PS4: GT7, HZD2, etc.) from true next-gen first party exclusives: the PS5 versions are only upscaled versions. Games like Returnal, Demon's Souls remake, Marvel's Wolverine, etc. actually take advantage of the PS5's hardware and pushed to their full potential.