How to get money on GTA V on PC
GTA isn’t the same anymore. If you started the game years ago when everything was cheap and everyone was around the same level, it was possible to still have fun and grind. But the game isn’t in the beginning stages anymore. The market has changed, prices have inflated, everyone seems to own everything valuable. To compete it’s almost imperative to buy in-game currency.
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What is GTA V Online
GTA Online is an open-world multiplayer action-adventure game based in San Andreas. It launched 2 weeks after GTA V dropped on October 1st, 2013… yes 2013. And the game is still ongoing in 2022 – still thriving.
The fundamentals of Grand Theft Auto V have stayed in the game over the years. The only thing that has changed is the extravagance and complexity of the core things that made GTA successful. Which is the reason GTA has stayed interesting over time. It just couldn’t find a way to drop in popularity, even evolving as time went on.
You start off as a low-level character doing missions, jobs, heists all to get one thing – Money. RP, clothes, cars, properties, are all cool. But the core thing and how progression works in GTA is all in obtaining money. Just like in real life. With this money, you can buy and
do cooler things.
GTA V branched out from the Rockstar games launcher to both Steam and Epic Games years later. They are popular distribution services for PC, which proved to be successful for GTA V’s popularity.
Are GTA V microtransactions worth it
People love to discuss if microtransactions are worth sacrificing the grind element of GTA.
The community has spoken out and a vast majority are tired and haven’t got the time for the grind. If some changes were made, then maybe the consensus would change – but that won’t happen anytime soon or ever for that matter.
As inflation increased over time the grind became less and less worth it. The only way to solve this is to buy the microtransactions which are extremely low value. This is where the number one trusted leading provider of in-game currency comes in to offer high-value GTA cash and rank boosts on PC for a fraction of what you pay for Shark Cards.