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Netflix subscribers can bag 3 GTA games for free

Kate Harrold

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Netflix subscribers can bag 3 GTA games for free

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Well, this is delightful news if you just so happen to be a fan of both Grand Theft Auto and Netflix. No, a Grand Theft Auto series isn’t on the way - although how incredible would that be? You can soon bag yourself three GTA games for free though, within your subscription that is.

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It’s no secret that Netflix has been trying to expand its burgeoning Netflix Games division. It’s something that’s perhaps overlooked by a lot of subscribers but I’d advise you to take note. You are paying for it after all. There are some great games on there, including Oxenfree II: Lost Signals (and its predecessor) which I’d argue is one of 2023’s very best indies. We also know that a Rebel Moon AAA game is in the works, based on Zack Snyder’s upcoming film which is set to release its first part next month. Soon, you’ll also be able to bag some GTA freebies.

Take a look at Oxenfree II: Lost Signals in action below.

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Netflix has announced that subscribers will soon be able to download Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition which, as I’m sure you’re aware, includes Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, three must-play classic entries. These will be playable on the Netflix app, the App Store, and the Google Play Store.

Netflix is yet to make its games playable on console, but I’d imagine that’s an area they’re itching to expand into. As such, you may find yourself playing these games on your mobile which, admittedly, isn’t ideal. That being said, if you’ve been looking for a casual way to enjoy some GTA nostalgia, or you’ve just always wondered if the franchise is your cup of tea, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

The games are set to join Netflix on 14 December so they’re not available just yet, but you really don’t have long to wait.

Topics: Grand Theft Auto, Rockstar Games, Netflix

Kate Harrold
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