Grand Theft Auto 5: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S Pricing Revealed, No Free Upgrade Paths

Grand Theft Auto 5: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S Pricing Revealed, No Free Upgrade Paths

Xbox launches at 50% off, PS5 at 75% off, and GTA Online is free for three months on PlayStation.

Rockstar has revealed the pricing for GTA 5 and GTA Online on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. We now know for sure that the games won't be offered as free upgrades to existing owners, but they will be at least 50% off on all new-gen platforms for the first three months of launch.

Ahead of pre-loading starting today, the pricing for all the new versions of GTA 5 and GTA Online is now live on the PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store, and confirms that there will be no free upgrades available for those who bought the games on previous console generations.

However, there are significant discounts on all platforms within the first three months of release. You can see the pricing for all the new versions of GTA 5 and GTA Online below:

PS5 - GTA 5 and GTA Online Pricing and Discounts

GTA 5 for PS5 will be 75% off for the first three months of launch, priced at $9.99 USD / £8.75 / $14.99 AUD. After three months, the game will cost $39.99 / £34.99 / $59.95 AUD. This version of the game includes the single player story mode, and GTA Online.

The standalone version of GTA Online for PS5 is completely free for the first three months of release on PS5. After the first three months, the standalone game will cost $19.99 USD / £17.99 / $30.95 AUD.

Xbox Series X/S - GTA 5 and GTA Online Pricing and Discounts

GTA 5 for Xbox Series X/S will be 50% off for the first three months of launch, priced at $19.99 USD / £17.49 / $29.97 AUD. After three months, the game will cost $39.99 / £34.99 / $59.95 AUD. This version of the game includes the single player story mode, and GTA Online.

Xbox versions of GTA Online will not be free at launch, but are on sale for three months at $9.99 USD / £8.99 / $15.47 AUD. After the first three months, the standalone game will cost $19.99 USD / £17.99 / $30.95 AUD.

Both GTA 5 and GTA Online will launch for new-gen consoles on March 15, and will include a number of improvements and new features – including three different graphics modes, "high-end PC visuals", increased population and traffic variety, and additions to GTA Online. You can also transfer your existing story progress and GTA Online character to the new versions.

Grand Theft Auto 5 and GTA Online are both immensely popular while also being nearly 10 years old. And while Rockstar confirmed it is working on the new Grand Theft Auto 6, until then Los Santos will still be open for business.
Grand Theft Auto 5: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S Pricing Revealed, No Free Upgrade Paths
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