GTA Online Membership Announcement Results in Intense CriticismPS4 26 March, 202227 March, 2022Yesterday, Rockstar Games announced its new GTA+ membership program for GTA Online, and it has gone down just as well as you’d expect. The premium membership is exclusive to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S players, who are guaranteed a monthly deposit of GTA$500,000 into their Maze Bank accounts alongside some other perks and bonuses for a monthly fee of $6.What players are saying about GTA Online membershipOne would be hard-pressed to find more than one or two positive responses to the announcement. Some players have suggested that GTA+ is an attempt to counter dwindling sales of Shark Cash Cards. Others have pointed out that the monthly deposit is too low to even consider forking out $6 a month and the rest of the membership bonuses are easily obtainable by playing. Then, there’s the Career Builder for new players so it makes little sense to have GTA+.Introducing GTA+ for GTA Online.A new membership program exclusively on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S — providing easy access to a range of valuable benefits for both new and long-standing players on the latest generation consoles.Launching March 29: https://t.co/t9DyrLap1W pic.twitter.com/gz4UXzCfxf— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) March 25, 2022“Your players are also paying upfront for PSN and XBL, not to mention there’s still no dedicated servers in sight,” wrote Twitter user videotech_. “Be better.” “Guys, April Fools is in one week,” wrote another.Interestingly, there’s a stark contrast between the discourse surrounding GTA Online and GTA V, and the latter’s sales. Just yesterday, Games Industry reported that GTA V de-seated Elden Ring in the UK digital sales charts following its PS5 and Xbox Series X/S launch, making this the third generation of gaming platforms that GTA V dominates.In other news, a market analysis firm has said that PS5 supply issues are worse than anticipated, and Gran Turismo 7’s credit payouts are being fixed.The post GTA Online Membership Announcement Results in Intense Criticism appeared first on PlayStation LifeStyle.