GTA Online Leak Teases Big Plans For Other Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games may be preparing a way to access a library of its older games via GTA Onlinethe GTA+ service. Rockstar Games has some of the best video games out there. From Grand Theft Auto to Red Dead Redemption to Bully, Rockstar has created some of the most beloved franchises out there. The studio has been praised for its narrative prowess while combining fantastic sandbox gameplay that will keep players coming back for more. They’ve also shown they’re not just a one-trick pony by mixing games like Midnight Club, The warriors, and even a table tennis game among all his violent crime games. However, Rockstar has slowed down in recent years. Since then it has only released one game Grand Theft Auto V came out in 2013, which means many are longing for a bit of variety from the developer.

While that may not be exactly in the cards, Rockstar Games is apparently toying with the idea of ​​making its older games readily available. According to Rockstar Games insider Tez2, there has been a recent investigation into it GTA Online players about the game’s subscription service, GTA+. The insider noted that the survey asked if players wanted to see “free access” to classic Rockstar Games titles. Since this is about GTA+, it could mean that Rockstar is planning to make its older games more widely available on modern platforms and that GTA+ would just be a way to get them at no extra cost. It remains to be seen how this would work, what games would be on offer and whether they will be remasters or just regular ports.

Many older Rockstar games are already backwards compatible on Xbox, ported to PS4 or remastered. Of course, some fans still want some games to get the remake treatment Max Payne 3, but it’s unclear if that’s in the cards right now. Since this is also part of a survey, this may not yield anything either, so don’t get your hopes up too high.

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