GTA 5 is available to download and play free right now – though not for everyone.
Are You Haven’t Played Grand Theft Auto V Yet or Feel Left Out by its Growing Hype? Looking forward to getting back into Grand Theft Auto after an absence, or have mislaid Your Copy but would love to get playing again after taking an Extended Break? Well here is good news; GTA V has become available again via Xbox Game Pass as of today and available free to subscribers to download for playback and downloading purposes!
Xbox Game Pass subscribers can already enjoy GTA V on cloud and console, though unfortunately Rockstar Games’ classic title is unavailable for PC versions of Xbox Game Pass. Rumours regarding a possible GTA VI release between April 2024-2025 continue, although Take-Two Interactive teased that an announcement might happen as early as 2023! In any event, many are hoping for its trailer as our only way to keep us occupied until that comes along; other titles soon joining Xbox Game Pass should keep them busy until then!
Sword and Fairy: Together Forever has also released today on cloud, console, and PC platforms. According to its summary: “Enter an exciting realm blending ancient mythology with traditional Asian aesthetics with Sword and Fairy: Together Forever! From Human, Deity, and Demon clans all the way up through your memorable party of characters with distinct motives, skills strengths weaknesses. You are truly in command!”
McPixel3 will launch on cloud, console and PC on 6 July for maximum enjoyment before Common’hood arrives the same week on all three formats as well. Both games offer “mind-blowing save-the-day adventures”, with Common’hood featuring “squatter settlement simulation games”. On 11 July Insurgency: Sandstorm will join this lineup bringing “a contemporary conflict through intense co-op and PvP multiplayer modes” only on PC – making for quite the packed July lineup!
Day one release Exoprimal will launch for cloud, console and PC on 14 July; here you’ll fight hordes of dinosaurs! Additionally, Techtonica preview is scheduled for release 18 July with players required to “master automation, gather resources, research new technologies, mold destructible terrain into useable terrain, establish bases of operations and discover long-lost secrets!”
On 18 July, both The Cave on cloud and console is released by Monkey Island creator Ron Gilbert; so much to look forward to here!