Rockstar has announced GTA+, a new subscription service for Grand Theft Auto Online. The game, which will be released on March 29, is only available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions.
GTA+ costs $5.99 per month and offers subscribers a monthly recurring GTA $500,000 bank deposit so that players can spend enough money online in the open world. There will also be a “wide range” of exclusive member bonuses, including special features, cars, upgrades, discounts and cash/RP bonuses. Rockstar also suggests that game updates that you might “miss” can be unlocked and that previously limited content is available through GTA+.
The first month of GTA+, which runs from March 29 to April 27, features the following content:
- GTA $500,000 can be withdrawn from your Maze Bank account.
- Principe Deveste Eight – Supercar with Hao’s Special Works upgrade and HSW Orange Trip and HSW CMYK Glitch Liveries. (It will eventually be made public.)
- Car shop property located in La Mesa. There are several game updates from Los Santos Tuners.
- Exemption from LS Car Meet membership fees. Existing LS Car Meet members with GTA+ will receive a $50,000 GTA discount for the duration of the event.
- Yacht owners can upgrade to Aquarius Super Yacht at no additional cost.
- The Gussét Frog T-Shirt and the Broker Prolapse Basketball Jersey and Shorts are a wardrobe addition.
- Vehicle Mammoth Avenger, HVY APC and TM-02 Khanjali.
- Free paint and decal options for the auto shop.
- 3x GTA$ and RP Hao’s Special Jobs Race Series.
- Meet the 2X Car Rep Street Race Series.
In addition, GTA+ members can purchase exclusive member Shark Cards with an additional cash bonus. They can be purchased from the PS Store or Microsoft Store.
In addition to the core content, there are several special rewards for GTA+ subscribers every month. You can find them in GTA Online web browser stores like Legendary Motorsport, Hao’s Special Works, Maze Bank Foreclosures, and DockTease.
Grand Theft Auto V was re-released on current-generation consoles earlier this month. Check out our GTA V graphics comparison between PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X to see what it looks like on the new hardware. If you’re considering upgrading to PS5 or Xbox Series X, check out how to transfer your GTA Online save data to the next generation.
Matt Purslow is the British news and entertainment writer for IGN.
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