GTA V is finally back on Game Pass, and interestingly, Rockstar’s hit has a love-hate relationship with Xbox’s video game subscription service – now available for both cloud and console of the July 2023 Xbox Game Pass.
It’s not quite an exciting lineup, but it’s worth celebrating nonetheless. In the upcoming days, several titles like McPixel 3, Common’hood, Insurgency: Sandstorm, Exoprimal, Techtonica, and The Cave will also be released. These games will be available in the next-generation port of the Xbox Series X/S.
GTA V was initially added to the Game Pass in 2020 but was later replaced by Red Dead Redemption 2 in April. However, after a little over a year, GTA V made a comeback and was reintroduced to the Game Pass, this time with the added inclusion of Microsoft’s cloud gaming service, xCloud.
For the Ultimate subscription of Xbox Game Pass, you can enjoy the first month for just $1, and then the subsequent months will cost $16.99 per month. The PC subscription also offers the first month for $1, followed by a monthly fee of $9.99. As for the Console subscription, it is available at a monthly cost of $10.99.
Alongside this update, there are numerous thrilling DLCs and add-ons on the horizon. If you happen to be a fan of the highly anticipated Barbie film and Forza Horizon 5, you’ll be delighted to know that you can virtually experience driving the classic, pink 1956 Chevrolet Corvette EV Corvette and Ken’s 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup.
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