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Rockstar Games Raises GTA+ Subscription Price by 40%

Rockstar Games has raised the subscription price of GTA+ by at least 40%, resulting in the month-to-month subscription now costing R149 or £7.99 in the UK. This comes in light of Rockstar adding the Red Dead Redemption remaster to the subscription service where it joins Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition and a number of bonuses for GTA Online.

As reported by Eurogamer, the subscription price for GTA+ has gone up by 40%. In the UK, a one-month subscription (there aren’t any multi-month options available) would cost £4.99. After the price hike, you’re looking at paying £7.99. We can confirm that the price increase has also impacted South Africa as it now costs R149 a month as opposed to its original price of R106. The good news is that existing subscribers will only be charged the new price from 11 June this year.

Players can purchase the subcription directly through PlayStation or Xbox consoles, giving them access to Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, the re-released Red Dead Redemption and a regular influx of rewards and bonuses for GTA Online such as GTA$ and special vehicle upgrades. The decision to raise the price of GTA+ was likely due to the recent addition of Red Dead Redemption on the service.

Back in November 2023, Rockstar Games revealed that it would be expanding the subscription service to include a “rotating assortment of classic Rockstar Games” beginning with Red Dead Redemption as its latest inclusion. Rockstar promises  to gradually add more of its classic titles to the service, though we aren’t sure if this means a monthly rotation of new titles or if it will take several months in between new arrivals.

Rockstar Games is hard at work on its next major title, GTA 6. Last week, voice actor Troy Baker confirmed that he’s not voicing the game’s male protagonist, Jason, debunking previous rumours to the contrary. GTA 6 is on track to launch sometime in 2025.

Source: Eurogamer

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