Rockstar Unveils Another Game-Changer with GTA+

Rockstar's Premium Membership Program offers attractive bonuses for subscribers. The studio recently announced that it has expanded its offering to deliver a gaming experience that deserves a very special place in any collection.

GTA+: Subscribers now get more

Rockstar Games' subscription service offers permanently rotating benefits for GTA Online players such as GTA$500,000 per month and much more for PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X|S owners. However, members also have the opportunity to play other Rockstar games via the service.

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Over the years, Rockstar has amassed an impressive list of entertaining games and now the offering has been expanded. Subscribers now have additional access to Read Dead Redemption and Undead Nightmare.

Undead Nightmare is a standalone expansion that was released worldwide on November 26, 2010. It is described as an action game with an open world in the Wild West, the one independent story told and adds zombies to the plot.

The successor, Red Dead Redemption 2, was released in October 2018. Now fans are eagerly waiting for Red Redemption 3, but there is no official announcement yet – Rockstar Games is currently working at full speed on GTA 6.

There were a few exciting details in the trailer for GTA 6:

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Many are still against GTA+

While many are happy about the addition and generally happy with Rockstar's premium membership program, there are some who consider GTA+ pointless. This is also shown by some comments under the announcement of the expansion of the service:

I still don't get GTA+. – Joe | GTA 6 Info@Twitter

Nobody will buy GTA+ before GTA 6. – Hide On Block@Twitter

I will wait to purchase GTA+ until you give us the ability to access FiveM servers from the console. Or better yet, give players the opportunity to purchase curated content from modders, similar to Mojang's Marketplace Pass. – MrBoss's_Left_Nutt@Twitter

(Source: Twitter)

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