GTA Online Microtransactions Cash Cards Pricing Details


People, who have had the chance of trying out Grand Theft Auto Online before the official launch on 1 October, 2013 have divulged that players will be able to buy in-game money by purchasing vouchers ranging from £1.99 to £13.49.

Although these vouchers/cards are yet to be announced by Rockstar Games; we do know how they work as they were spotted on Rockstar’s official website. For more details, click this link.

The details regarding different vouchers are below:

  • $100,000 Red Shark Voucher for only £1.99
  • $200,000 Tiger Shark Voucher for only £3.49
  • $500,000 Bull Shark Voucher for only £6.99
  • $1,250,000 Great White Shark Voucher for only £13.49

Note sure whether same tricks will work in GTA Online, but our GTA 5 Easy Money and Infinite Money Exploit guides can do wonders in single-player story.

Then again, we will ask you to not to consider anything final before this becomes an official announcement. With almost a week to go and no word from Rockstar; it is possible that it may be undergoing some changes.

Another thing worth mentioning here is that in Grand Theft Auto Online; things will be priced much cheaper than their counter-parts in single-player mode. For instance, a property which costs you around 10 million dollars in GTA single-player mode will cost you $1500000. And this holds true for almost most of the things in the game.

When I say almost most of the items; I mean it as weapons and car customization are pretty expensive. Furthermore, these things will unlock as a player progress through the game.

One more feature which differentiates Grand Theft Auto Online from GTA single-player is that; players would be able to get only one property at a given time. And they will get a small refund for leaving that property in shift into a new one.

People have asked Rockstar to verify the authenticity of this news and are expecting some answer before the launch. In the meanwhile, tell us do you like the idea of having these cash cards?

Source: Eurogamer

By Arslan Tufail

Arslan is a competitive Tekken and Call of Duty player and crushes pretty much everyone at the office in these games. He loves reading and writing about games and is deathly allergic to half-boiled potatoes.


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