It looks like Rockstar Games was jealous of Microsoft's Game Pass (and its success) and decided to expand the GTA+ offering with its games. For starters, subscribers can try out Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition.
Admittedly, this is not a stunning offer, but the developers assure that the list of games will be regularly expanded with new items, so that over time subscribers will get more choice (though most likely in rotation).
This, in turn, raises the question of whether in the future Rockstar Games will be also tempted to add console versions of such classics as Max Payne, Midnight Club or 2008's GTA IV. For now, the company has went silent.
Recall that GTA, launched in 2022, is a monthly subscription costing about $6 (depending on the platform), accessible primarily from Grand Theft Auto V for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
In addition to its (already available) library of games, it offers a number of bonuses aimed at GTA Online players. These include: money ($500,000 every month to the game's bank account), clothes, weapons and access to the Vinewood Car Club car dealer.
- Rockstar Games - official website