GTA Online’s new subscription service is surprisingly expensive

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Rockstar Games introduces a new GTA Online membership program for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S players, featuring exclusive bonuses, in-game cash and additional rewards.

Titled GTA+, the subscription service will go live on March 29 and will cost $5.99 per month, which is roughly £4.54 / AU$7.98. For that price, you get access to a handful of rotating in-game bonuses each month, including vehicles, properties, liveries, upgrades, discounts, and GTA$500,000 (the game’s primary currency) in your character’s bank account.

The first month you can buy a car, a new home, a yacht upgrade, a lot of bonuses and more. Find below the details of everything the first month of GTA+ includes:

GTA $500,000 automatically in your Maze bank account. The Principe Deveste Eight — along with a free Hao’s Special Works upgrade for it before it’s available for purchase by the general public — plus the HSW Orange Trip and HSW CMYK Glitch Liveries. The Auto Shop in La Mesa, which offers an assortment of gameplay updates from Los Santos Tuners introduces. Current Auto Shop owners can move to La Mesa at no additional cost. No LS Car Meet membership fees. Current LS Car Meet members with GTA+ will be reimbursed GTA $50,000 during this event period. Yacht owners can upgrade to the Aquarius Super Yacht at no additional cost. The Gussét Frog Tee and Broker Prolaps basketball top and shorts are automatically added to your wardrobe. Livery for the Mammoth Avenger, HVY APC and TM-02 Khanjali. A selection of free paints and decals for the Auto Shop. 3X GTA$ and RP on Hao’s Special Works Race Series.2X Car Meet Rep on the Street Race Series.

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The rewards offered to subscribers rotate every month. You must claim them through the GTA Online web browser before the month is up to permanently add them to your online profile.

Rockstar says the GTA+ perks will come in addition to regular GTA Online events, which will continue to roll out normally.

Priced at $5.99 per month, GTA+’s rolling costs won’t break the bank, but an annual subscription will set you back just under $72 / £54 / AU$95. That’s not cheap.

The recently released PS5 and Xbox Series X editions of GTA Online usually cost around $19.99 / £17.99 / AU$30.95, although you can currently pick up these editions for just $9.99 / £8 .99 / AU$15.47 thanks to a quarterly, post-launch discount period. If you’ve played GTA 5 multiplayer on PS4, you can also claim the PS5 version of GTA Online for free until June 14.

That means a 12-month subscription to this new premium service costs more than triple the GTA Online base game. Since it only includes extra in-game bonuses and perks, rather than new features, it’s relatively expensive. GTA Online obsessives may be able to take over, but regular players will probably only dive into it for a few months at a time.

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