GTA 5 is free to download and keep forever right now – but only for a … – The Sun

HIT game Grand Theft Auto 5 is completely free to download and keep this week.
Fortnite's creators are offering it through their virtual game store right now.
The Epic Games Store sells loads of games online – including Rockstar titles, like Red Dead Redemption 2.
But Grand Theft Auto games have been missing from its roster, until now.
That's all changed as the Epic Games Store has begun offering free downloads on Grand Theft Auto 5.
You don't have to pay a penny to download the hit game here.
The deal runs from May 14 right through to May 21.
Importantly, it's the PC version of the game – not the Xbox or PS4 variants.
It's not unprecedented: Epic Games regularly offers premium games as free downloads.
And this is a savvy move for Rockstar, as the GTA 5 Premium Edition includes GTA Online.
That's the online multiplayer version of the game, which includes micro-transactions – a valuable money-spinner for Rockstar.
Giving GTA 5 away to people who still haven't bought the years-old game could be a clever way to get more gamers spending inside GTA Online.
Here’s the full list…
Main series:
Expansion packs:
Handheld games:

Grand Theft Auto 5 came out in 2013, and was the first main entry in the franchise since 2008's GTA 4.
It's set in the fictional state of San Andreas – which is inspired by Southern California.
The story follows three criminals who conduct heists against a backdrop of organised crime and corrupt government agents.
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