Grand Theft Auto Game Free to All Users This Month
You’ve probably heard about the many joys of Grand Theft Auto – The Definitive Edition. Last month saw the long-awaited remastered collection of three classic PS2-era GTA video games. It instantly taught a large fan base to be cautious about what they want.
To put it another way, the GTA III, GTA Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas remasters are not as good as they should be. Rockstar Games already apologized for their mistakes and released updates that helped to fix the games. However, the initial backlash was enough to keep most people from buying PS50 for these three titles. Funny, that.
There are several low-risk ways that you can check out the entire trilogy without spending a lot of money. GTA San Andreas – The Definitive Edition is available for Xbox Game Pass subscribers. You can download it, test it, and if it seems broken, you won’t regret your efforts.
PlayStation owners now have the same option. Last month, GTA III – Definitive Edition was now available as a standalone experience through the PlayStation Now subscription. This is only available to those who have a PS Now subscription. However, anyone can set up a free seven-day trial of Now – enough time to play GTAIIIagain.
GTAIII – The Definitive Edition is available on PS Now and will be open until January 31, 2022. It is joined by Final Fantasy X/X-2HD Remaster, John Wick Hex, and Spellings.