Grand Theft Auto Mobile Ports On Sale


It seems like the planets have aligned, with a constellation depicting the Rockstar logo forming in the night sky, as in rapid succession, Rockstar games across all platforms have been seeing sales and discounts.

First, Sony slashed the price of various GTA titles in honor of the 20th anniversary of the release of the first ever Playstation console. Among others, GTA V was discounted on the Playstation store for a time. Following this, Microsoft gave players the chance to put their hands on some Rockstar games at a lower price with Deals with Gold, where GTA V was once again cheaper than usual. Most recently, however, Green Man Gaming, a PC digital distribution service, has put GTA V's price to the lowest it has ever been since its initial release back in 2013.

Just to round things off, Rockstar has decided to allow mobile gamers to get a piece of the fun at a discount as well. Several GTA games have been reworked for a mobile release, and these are the games you can now pick up at a discount, as well a Max Payne's mobile version.

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GTA III was among the most important for the franchise, as it was what catapulted the series into the international entertainment spotlight, so for the legendary game's 10th anniversary, Rockstar ported it to IOS and Android systems, so you can enjoy the classic on the go. The port's success spurred Rockstar to release ports of Vice City and San Andreas as well. GTA: Chinatown Wars, a game made for handheld console also saw a mobile release.

Now, for a limited time, you can pick up these games for less than 5 bucks, with San Andreas, the most expensive of the lot, clocking in at $4.99. You can check out all of Rockstar's games in the App Store right here and have your pick! Have you guys played the mobile GTA ports? What did you think?

Aron Gerencser
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