Grand Theft Auto V is already in contention to be the best-selling game of all time – by some accounts it already is – and now Rockstar are set to make another mint with the new release of Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Online Edition.
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Premium Online Edition collects GTA5, GTA Online, and bundles all the DLC including stuff like The Doomsday Heist, Gunrunning, Smuggler’s Run, Bikers, and “much more” as this press release tells me. Of course, if you’ve bought GTA5 at any time since its PC release in 2015 you already have all that stuff.
The one major inclusion is the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack, an existing DLC pack granting a bonus 1 million in GTA bucks, and 9 million worth of additional properties, vehicles, and cosmetic items. The starter pack alone is priced at $39.99 / £39.99 / €44.99, for an idea of value.
You can already purchase the collected edition on consoles at retail, and it will launch for digital stores including PC next week. Popular speculation around early leaks of the package suggested that it would precede a 4K patch. Obviously the PC edition is already capable of running in 4K, but we may yet see some benefits if there are any updated assets in the (as-yet-unconfirmed) patch.