When you think about kicking him with the boys, stealing cars is just one of them. And now you can steal cars free Thanks to Epic Games Store. Wait, let me back up: digital cars. In Grand Theft Auto 5. I guess stealing real cars is always free, but it’s also illegal. GTA V is both free and legal, so it’s a better choice.
Warning: Review Geek does not support or condone auto theft.
Until May 21, Epic Games Store offers free GTA V, which includes the full single player campaign and online play with GTA Online. And once you’ve downloaded it, it’s up to you to keep it forever (or at least until society collapses as we know, whichever comes first).
Update, 5/15: The store seems to be doing a lot better now, so you should be able to grab the game.
There is only one outlet: the Games Store becomes hammered now. I can’t charge it at all. My colleagues can’t charge it either. I guess when you give one of the most popular AAA titles of all time, people push the digital doors to make sure they get theirs. I mean, it’s not like the digital copies are going to run out, but whatever.
We currently know a high traffic on Epic Games Store.
We are aware that users may experience slow load times, 500 errors or a launcher crash at the moment and we are actively working to scale. We will provide an update as soon as possible.
– Epic Games Store (@EpicGames) May 14, 2020
Anyway, if you are into the idea of free GTA V, you can constantly refresh the page until you get it, I guess. Or just wait for Epic to fix the problems and hope it’s today. Because tomorrow, this deal is in Donesville, baby.
Oh, and one more thing: if you’re not familiar with GTA, it’s not for kids. At all.