PS Plus members will soon have a new way to get their free, monthly $1,000,000 in GTA Online, and it’s actually pretty simple.
Dexerto says “Ever since GTA V and GTA Online launched almost a decade ago, Rockstar Games have been rewarding fans of the multiplayer side of things with free gifts. Each week, when there is a new update, there are free t-shirts and even free cars on offer. Events over Christmas, Independence Day, and the likes have brought other gifts like weapons and cash. However, PS Plus members have benefited the most with a free, monthly deposit of $1,000,000 into their Maze Bank account. However, that’ll be changing soon, but you’ll still be able to get some free cash.”
How to claim GTA Online $1 million free cash
- Have a PS Plus subscription
- Head to the PS Store
- Search ‘PS Plus: GTA’ and navigate the reward on the store
- Redeem the free $1,000,000 for GTA Online
- Log into GTA Online and it should be there!
However, this change doesn’t mean there is a change to the timeline for the free rewards. They will still only be dished out until the launch of GTA Online on PS5.
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