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GTA V has hit stores again, this time giving the 4 people that haven’t played it yet a head start in GTA Online.

[amazon_textlink asin=’B07CHM14DH’ text=’GTA V Premium Online Edition’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’n3rdabl3-21′ marketplace=’UK’ link_id=’8f892656-47b6-11e8-be08-5941f7f308a1′] is a ‘complete package’ release of GTA, coupling the full game with the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack, which is basically a leg-up into the criminal world of GTA Online, giving you a means of grinding and grinding to get yourself another new car.

Now at this point, you’d be barmy not to know what you getting into with GTA V’s single-player, but that’s really not what this release is about. It seems the purpose is to get more people into GTA Online, and to be honest, while it’s hard to see how anyone hasn’t played it, this is quite a deal for those interested. While GTA V might well be ageing, GTA Online is ever-growing, and the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack Certainly gives players a nice stepping stone into what could be at this point, a rather intimidating experience.

The Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack contains:

Properties:

  • Maze Bank West Executive Office
  • Paleto Forest Gunrunning Bunker
  • Senora Desert Counterfeit Cash Factory
  • Great Chaparral Biker Clubhouse
  • 1561 San Vitas Street Apartment
  • 1337 Exceptionalists Way 10 Car Garage

Vehicles:

  • Dune FAV
  • Maibatsu Frogger
  • Enus Windsor
  • Obey Omnis
  • Coquette Classic
  • Turismo R
  • Pegassi Vortex
  • Huntley S
  • Western Zombie Chopper
  • Banshee

Weapons, Clothing, and Tattoos:

  • Compact Grenade Launcher
  • Marksman Rifle
  • Compact Rife
  • Stunt Race & Import / Export Outfits, Biker Tattoos

Quite the list. Although it’s not really anything people who have been playing for a while wont have already, that’s kind of the point.

The GTA V: Premium Online Edition is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

 

 

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