GTA Online Twitch Prime Gaming rewards are still going in 2021, and a new batch has been revealed. Check out the latest deals, including a free Kosatka Sonar Station, $200,000 of free GTA$, and three huge discounts.
The game might be a decade old at this point, but millions of players still dive into the action of GTA 5 almost every month. Every week, a content update is released with new cars, apartments, missions, and bonuses and there’s even a brand new heist in the works too.
Dexerto says “You can grab an additional $1 million+ per month if you link up your Rockstar Social Club account and your Prime Gaming account, which used to be called Twitch Prime. On top of that, getting huge discounts on different vehicles throughout the year is also one of the perks, not to mention free properties. As of June 2021, there are major discounts on some of GTA 5’s vehicles, while players can also get the Kosatka Sonar Station for free. Here’s everything new in GTA Online Twitch Prime Gaming rewards.”
How to claim GTA 5 Prime Gaming rewards
Prime Gaming members are one of the luckiest people around right now, having enjoyed exclusive access to the Vespucci Canals Nightclub for some time, and that will not be going away any time soon. Alongside, huge chunks of cash and discounts are available for the members.
To get your hands on all of this, though, you’re not just going to need a Prime Gaming account, but you’re going to have to utilize Rockstar Social Club. Here’s how:
- First of all, make sure that your Prime Gaming account is fully linked with your Rockstar Social Club account.
- Sign in using the Social Club website.
- Link your Twitch account by signing into it on the next window.
- From there, link it to the gaming account you use on PC, Xbox One, or PlayStation 4.
- Finally, load up GTA Online and redeem your rewards in-game each week.
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