Although Rockstar Games just nodded to the ten-year anniversary since the launch of Grand Theft Auto V, that is not to say the firm has not been busy. Previously, it was confirmed that the GTA game studio acquired Cfx.re, a role-playing firm notorious for modding the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V. Which is a good sign knowing the company’s history with the modding community.
Additionally, Rockstar Games also shipped the original 2010 Red Dead Redemption for PlayStation 4 & Nintendo Switch. Now, both platforms can indulge in the western epic alongside Xbox as well. Even more is the recent job postings for a new Los Angeles studio based in Los Angeles, California. This hinting at more talent being recruited likely for the next Grand Theft Auto installment underway.
This week, Rockstar Games announces its ongoing GTA+ subscription catered to GTA Online is welcoming a new perk. Now, select titles from Rockstar Games catalog will be available via the Rockstar Launcher on PC. To kick things off, all three Grand Theft Auto: The Definitive Edition titles are up for grabs until October 11th.
“GTA+ Members get access to download and play a rotating assortment of classic Rockstar Games titles,” Rockstar Games writes in a new category for the GTA+ page. Gathered from the wording, this is likely to cycle in more games overtime as the firm pushes in new content for its subscribers to download, of course.
This isn’t the first promotion that Rockstar Games dished that gifted users free games – let alone Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Previously, the launch of the Rockstar Launcher offered a free copy of the classic 2004 title to garner new users for its platform then. You can read the full report by heading here.
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Source: Rockstar Games