Mobile Games Added To GTA+ Subscription Confirmed On Microsoft Store
Rockstar Games’ GTA+ subscription just got more exciting with the addition of mobile games and classic titles, starting with the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition. This can be seen on the Microsoft store.
GTA+ membership now includes a rotating selection of classic Rockstar titles and mobile games.
The first addition is Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition.
Rockstar’s move aligns with the trend of subscription-based gaming services. The availability of classic titles enhances the GTA+ experience for subscribers.
Rockstar has taken a significant step in a thrilling development for GTA+ members by enhancing its $24.00 monthly subscription service, available on Xbox Series X|S consoles. Moreover, this major update involves introducing a dynamic assortment of classic games into the subscription package.
The inaugural inclusion in this new offering is the eagerly awaited Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition, which unites the iconic titles of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
While Rockstar hasn’t explicitly stated the reason for this expansion, it presents an enticing opportunity for gamers interested in playing mobile games and remastered versions of Rockstar’s beloved classics without committing to their full retail prices. Furthermore, GTA Trilogy will be accessible to players as part of their GTA+ membership.
Moreover, the players can also enjoy playing mobile games with it. However, which mobile games may be included in it remains unknown. But still, it is a new feature that is being highly anticipated and welcomed by the gaming community.
GTA+ was initially launched in early 2022, primarily targeting GTA Online players, nearing its 10th anniversary on October1. This marked Rockstar’s first venture into a subscription-like service, signaling a shift towards a more community-oriented approach to GTA Online.
Adding classic titles to GTA+ could indicate Rockstar’s intention to align itself more closely with subscription-based gaming services like Xbox Game Pass, EA Play, or Ubisoft+.
Rockstar Games has long been renowned for its blockbuster titles. This mainly happened after the release of Grand Theft Auto IV in 2008. While not all classic titles have made their way to the current generation, there have been significant remasters to appease fans.
Notably, this announcement follows closely on the heels of an Xbox internal document leak. It mentions an upcoming current-generation update for Red Dead Redemption II. Although Microsoft initially considered it for Game Pass, it eventually made its way to the platform. Thus, it is raising questions about the status of Grand Theft Auto V on Game Pass.
More details are expected soon. Thus, fans have been captivated by these developments. What are your thoughts about these recent leaks? Let us know in the comments section.
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