Grand Theft Auto V joins Xbox Game Pass on Xbox One today
Grand Theft Auto V joins the Xbox Game Pass lineup, included for all Xbox One subscribers.
What you need to know
- Grand Theft Auto V has joined Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One, Microsoft's Netflix-style subscription.
- Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One starts at $10 per month, with an ongoing promotion granting three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1.
Microsoft has kicked off the new year with an unexpected Xbox Game Pass arrival, welcoming Grand Theft Auto V to the Xbox One games library. Rockstar Games' open-world epic has joined the Netflix-style subscription service, available alongside over 200 titles under one flat monthly fee. It hits Xbox Game Pass as one of the Xbox One's most prolific series to date, still among top-selling and most-played titles six years from launch.
Grand Theft Auto V joins Xbox Game Pass after shifting over 100 million copies, still regularly topping sales charts since its 2013 debut. While a comprehensive single-player package kickstarted a bestseller, regular free updates with Grand Theft Auto Online have supported the title through 2020. And with the release of "The Diamond Casino Heist" in December, Microsoft opens the title to Xbox Game Pass subscribers on Xbox One.
Xbox Game Pass is available for Xbox One starting at $10, alongside a premium Xbox Game Pass Ultimate tier, bundling Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One and PC with Xbox Live Gold. That all-inclusive subscription is currently discounted to just $1 for three months, providing an ideal entry point into Grand Theft Auto V, with an online membership to access the multiplayer features.
Microsoft also confirms existing Xbox Game Pass benefits translate to Grand Theft Auto V, including the 10 percent discount on in-game purchases. The Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack and Shark Cash Cards fall under those purchases, providing a head start on your GTA Online career.
Save on Microsoft's now six-in-one Xbox and PC subscription
$1 Wrapping together Xbox Game Pass for Xbox, Xbox Game Pass for PC, and Xbox Live Gold, this trio of services delivers the full experience in 2019. Microsoft's ongoing promotion cuts three months to $1, including Spotify Premium, Discord Nitro, and EA Access.
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