Some of the best parts of the GTA games is the tunes players can blast through the radio whilst driving around the vast cities, so Rockstar Games has now added all of radio stations from every GTA game to Spotify and iTunes.
All anyone has to do to enjoy the huge range of GTA radio stations is follow the “rockstargames” Spotify profile, which will give free desktop access to the hundreds of stations featured in GTA games from Grand Theft Auto Vice City, Grand Theft Auto San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto 4 among others.
To gain access to the stations on tablets or smartphones using the Spotify service, users will have to sign up for a Premium Spotify account, which costs £9.99 per month.
Rockstar Games has also added all of the radio stations from the Grand Theft Auto games to iTunes, where the songs can be purchased in easy album bundles.
Any songs that appear on the GTA radio stations that aren’t currently on iTunes and Spotify will be added by Rockstar as they appear on the services.
Grand Theft Auto 5
Rockstar Games recently unveiled the box art for Grand Theft Auto 5, picturing the game’s three main characters Franklin, Michael and Trevor.
The eagerly-awaited GTA 5 release date is set for September 17, around four months later than originally planned. Rockstar Games believes that, although the delay may have angered gamers, GTA 5 will be well worth the wait.
“GTA V is a massively ambitious and complex game and it simply needs a little more polish to be of the standard we and, more importantly, you require,” said the game developer in a statement. “We are doing all we can to help ensure it will meet if not exceed your expectations come September – we thank you for your support and patience.”
Via: Rockstar Games