Free GTA Trilogy for GTA+ Subscribers

Grand Theft Auto V turned 10 years old on September 17. After earning billions upon billions of dollars, Rockstar or Take-Two still didn't think it wise to reward fans with a GTA 6 teaser video. Not even a peep out of Strauss Zelnick. In all honesty, GTA Online players got some fancy schmancy clothing items, enhanced rewards, and weapon skins, but is that enough for the 185+ million fans? Of course not! But while we're all waiting for the heavenly news to drop, let's check out everything new for GTA+ members.
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First and foremost, there are GTA+ membership rewards, which aren't anything to scoff at. In fact, they might even try and convince the most hardcore naysayer that the subscription is almost "an offer you can't refuse."

So, if you're a GTA+ member for six bucks a month on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X|S, you will be rewarded with a rotating schedule involving Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition. This means GTA III, Vice City, and, of course, the fan-favorite San Andreas.

Here's how to download them to avoid getting lost in all that Rockstar intricate menu UI. First, click on the upper console platform button where you have an active GTA+ membership. If you can't find that, simply go to the console store and search for the Definitive edition trilogy. Then, click "Install with GTA+" or "GTA+ Download." You're set!

You won't get to keep the games if you're not an active GTA+ subscriber, but if you cancel and decide to return, they'll be there waiting for you. You can also buy the game at a 20% discount if you're still on the subscription service.

Aside from the Definitive Trilogy, which is now considered fixed, in case someone was wondering, there are some extra goodies this week for GTA+ members, like the new Bravado Hotring Hellfire Sports car. It's basically a Dodge Challenger muscle car.

Aside from the not-Dodge, there are a ton of other discounts, like for the Imponte Deluxo, now at a "measly" $4.6 million, down from almost $6 million. The Benefactor Krieger hypercar is now 20% off at $2,318,696. If you want something more like a Supra, try the Karin S95 at "just" $1,610,592, down from a cool $2 mil.

Feeling like driving a Bentley? Then save around $750k and get the Enus (funny) Paragon R. If you're in the mood for a Tony Soprano-ish vehicle, go for the not-Chevrolet Suburban, Declasse Granger 3600LX.

There is a ton more stuff to be unlocked with the GTA+ membership, from vehicle benefits like car body and wheel paint jobs to free clothing, all the way to exclusive taxi services and Kosatka Guided Missiles.

The recurring $500,000 monthly isn't half bad either if you're a big spender, living life at its fullest.
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