Grand Theft Auto V returns to Xbox Game Pass

Grand Theft Auto V is making its return to Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s $10-a-month subscription service, this Thursday. Rockstar’s 2013 free-roaming action-adventure is amongst the top-selling games of all time, and it’s going to be playable on Xbox consoles and on PCs.

The game was once until now on Game Pass, however last 12 months it used to be replaced via Red Dead Redemption two every other top-notch famous Rockstar title. The $15 Game Pass Ultimate alternative will additionally get you to get the right of entry to Xbox Cloud Gaming, which lets you move GTA V to your Android device.

Also coming to Game Pass on April 8 are Zombie Army 4: Dead War, Disneyland Adventures, and Rush: A Disney/Pixar Adventure. It’ll be accompanied by way of NHL 21 for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers on April 12.

Rain on Your Parade and Pathway is coming on April 15, with MLB The Show 21 rounding out the month on April 20.

You’ll be able to play Rockstar’s classic on Android devices.

Microsoft additionally revealed that over 50 games on Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) are now playable with Xbox Touch Controls. You can take a look at the full listing here, however, some of the massive games getting this update will be Sea of Thieves, Gears 5, Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, Slay the Spire.

While GTA V has but to acquire a full next-gen upgrade, it is obviously playable on Xbox Series X/S via backward compatibility. Rockstar did alternatively reveal that, when GTA Online’s next-gen version launches, it will arrive with special content.

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