June 14, 2024

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GTA 5 Next-Gen Pricing

We finally know how much the upcoming next-gen version of GTA 5 is going to cost us, and, unfortunately, we are not going to be able to get this new version without opening up the wallet.

As the game is now out for pre-loading, the pricing for both the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 have been revealed on their respective stores. And while none of the versions will be available to us for free, there are some significant discounts that will be running for a good amount of time, including both the single player and GTA Online modes.

The PlayStation 5 is the console that will see the biggest discount for GTA 5, with the game launched at a discount of 75%. This comes out to $9.99 USD / £8.75 / $14.99 AUD. After three months, the game will then be full-priced at $39.99 / £34.99 / $59.95 AUD. If you buy this version of the game, you will be getting both the story mode and GTA Online. But if you are someone who is just looking to get into the massively-popular multiplayer mode, you can jump into the game for free for the first three months. After the three month period, the game will then go up to $19.99 USD / £17.99 / $30.95 AUD.

Now for the Xbox consoles: for the story mode and GTA Online version, you are going to have to pay out a little bit more, for whatever reason. Microsoft’s consoles are only getting a 50% discount on the game, bringing its price out to $19.99 USD / £17.49 / $29.97 AUD for three months. After this, it will go to the standard $39.99 / £34.99 / $59.95 AUD. The multiplayer mode will also not be free when the game launches but will be on sale for $9.99 USD / £8.99 / $15.47 AUD.  Certainly bad news for Xbox players who are looking to get their hands on the game, but still, the discount at launch isn’t bad at all.

The next-gen versions of GTA 5 are set to come out this week on March 15th, bringing a plethora of changes and improvements to Rockstar’s iconic game, including three graphics modes, wider variety of traffic behavior, increased population, and more. The game is somehow still charging along, even with Rockstar confirming that development of GTA 6 is underway, though we have no idea when we can expect to get our hands on that game. Los Santos continues to be a popular destination and we are sure that even more criminal-hopefuls will be jumping in when this newest version comes out.

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