The online component of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V is getting a premium membership service on consoles. Called GTA+, the membership provides what the company calls "easy access" to valuable items, such as in-game cash, properties and more.
Grand Theft Auto 5 has finally released on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S|X consoles, almost a decade after it initially released on their predecessors, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The new versions take advantage of the new console hardware, as well as give players who just want to wreck havoc in GTA Online a new way to access Los Santos.
If you've been waiting to dive into Grand Theft Auto V on your current-gen console, assuming you are lucky enough to have one, the wait is almost over. Rockstar took to their blog today to give some more insight on what players can expect from the upgraded console experience.
Rockstar confirms that the next Grand Theft Auto is in development, while preparing to launch GTA V and GTA Online on current gen consoles next month, complete with tech upgrades.
In a round up of data by Stream Elements, this year's top viewed game on Twitch goes to Grand Theft Auto V, with around 2.1 billion (yea, with a B) hours watched. Meanwhile, in the MMORPG space, New World saw itself claw into the top 20 as the top new IP this year.
Grand Theft Auto Online has just gotten a big content update and it features Franklin Clinton of GTA V, managing a "celebrity solutions agency" with a very high-profile client, Dr. Dre. The extensive update features new music, new areas, quality of life updates and more.
This week's GTA Online update introduces Shipwrecks, a set of new Daily Collectibles, washed up ashore for you to find and collect.