Grand Theft Auto V back to tear up the town with Premium Online Edition


UK charts rumoured 'Very afraid'

Rockstar's 2013 magnum-opus Grand Theft Auto V has seen a re-release this week in the form of the new Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Online Edition. This definitive edition-style release is on retail shelves for consoles now, and will be coming to Steam and other digital storefronts next week.

The Premium Online Edition features the original carjacking crime epic with "all existing gameplay content and upgrades". This package is centered on the GTA Online multiplayer element, and includes the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack, as well as previous expansions Smuggler's Run, Bikers, Gunrunning, The Doomsday Heist and more.

Also included are a selection of high-powered vehicles and explosive weaponry, and cosmetics such as gear and tattoos. Finally, the game fills your GTA wallet with a cool million dollars of Itch & Scratchy money, to spend on more in-game items. Everything you need to start time-sinking your life into GTA Online's chaotic world.

Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Online Edition is available now for PS4 and Xbox One, priced around $80. It will release on Steam, Xbox and PlayStation Stores next week.

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