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PlayStation Plus subscribers have last chance to play a legendary open-world game

PlayStation Plus subscribers have last chance to play a legendary open-world game

You don't want to miss out on this one

After just a few months of availability in the PlayStation Plus library, one legendary open-world game is set to be removed very soon.

Added to the PlayStation Plus library back in December 2023, Grand Theft Auto V and its GTA Online accompaniment was one of the biggest titles ever added to the service.

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With the Rockstar Games title having celebrated its 10th anniversary that month, it was the perfect time for players who missed out on it the first time around to dive into it ahead of Grand Theft Auto 6s release next year.

However, alongside 12 other titles, GTA 5 and GTA Online will be leaving PlayStation Plus soon and players will have until mid-June to download it.

The title can now be found in the “Last Chance To Play” section of PS Plus alongside titles such as Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated and The Talos Principle: Deluxe Edition.

It is also worth remembering that once GTA 5 leaves PS Plus, it will no longer be available through any major subscription service, including Xbox Game Pass. In other words, the only way players will be able to access it from now on is by paying full price.

This news comes after Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two recently revealed that it feels confident Grand Theft Auto 6 will be coming out in Fall 2025 despite previous rumours of a possible delay.

However, it is believed that the next instalment in the much-loved Rockstar series will have an eye-watering price tag attached so if you are looking to dive into the action next year, be prepared to pay a healthy sum.

Until then, don’t miss out on grabbing Grand Theft Auto 5 courtesy of PlayStation Plus before it is gone forever.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: Playstation Plus, PlayStation, Sony, Grand Theft Auto, Rockstar Games