Rockstar Games are handing out $1 million in-game dollars free to all players who hop into GTA Online thanks to the newest content update. So, here’s what you need to know about adding to your Maze Bank account.
Grand Theft Auto V has been available since 2013 and while fans may have completed the epic single-player story in relatively quick fashion, the GTA Online portion of the game is still going strong thanks to its continual updates.
Since opening the Diamond Casino and Resort on July 23, the developers have dropped weekly updates that allow players to get their hands on new vehicles, missions, and free rewards. It’s those free bonuses that have allowed fans to expand their car collections and businesses they own in a bid to build up their bank accounts.
Yet, those rewards are being taken to another level thanks to changes announced on September 26 – handing players one simple task in order to claim a cool $1,000,000.
In their update blog post, Rockstar revealed that anyone who logs in to GTA Online between September 26 and October 2 will grab $1,000,000 in GTA Cash.
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Similarly to their free $250,000 and $500,000 casino bonuses, players will have to have a bit of patience before they can go on a spending spree, however, as this reward won’t be paid into bank accounts instantly. Instead, it will drop in sometime before October 9.[ad name=”article3″]
While that cash is free, current GTA Online high-rollers also have another chance to build up funds, provided they own a Mobile Operations Centre.
Rockstar have also announced that they will pay out double cash on any Mobile Operations Missions you undertake, while Survival Series games will dish out double rewards too.
So, there really is no time to waste. Jump onto your platform of choice, load up GTA V, hit that multiplayer button, and grab yourself a free million dollars.
Just don’t go spending it all in one place – and certainly, don’t try to double your cash at the casino as you could just end up with less than what you started with.