Rockstar has made its own mini Xbox Game Pass with GTA+

Rockstar has built its own small version of Xbox Game Pass with its GTA+ subscription, which now includes a small assortment of rotating games to play.

Rockstar has made its own mini Xbox Game Pass with GTA+
Sean Carey

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Last year, Rockstar announced GTA+, a new subscription for GTA Online that includes $500,000 in GTA money each month, discounts on vehicles, and a bunch of other benefits for $6 per month. Now, Rockstar is adding its own games to sweeten the deal at no extra cost, starting with the recent GTA Definitive Edition remasters.

Grand Theft Auto III – The Definitive Edition, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – The Definitive Edition can all be played now with a GTA+ subscription. Rockstar notes that "classic Rockstar Games titles" will rotate in and out of the subscription — it's currently unclear how long games will remain in the GTA+ subscription before they're switched out.

It's an interesting move, and Rockstar does have a good back catalog of games that can be added to the subscription, such as Red Dead Redemption, Bully, L.A. Noire, and even Rockstar Table Tennis. Starting with just the GTA Definitive Edition remasters, though, is a bit of a weird decision, considering the huge amount of issues these games launched with. While these games have received several updates and are now in a much more serviceable state, they're still widely considered inferior to the originals.
Written by Sean Carey
Avid Xbox and achievement fan, Sean has committed to playing the best RPGs, racing games, and first-person shooters Xbox Game Pass and his precious free time will allow. Prior to joining TrueAchievements, Sean gained a degree in journalism from Solent University.
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