There is something to be said for starting from nothing. Hi, im am wanting to buy gta 5 for pc through steam. I'm not sure if i should just get the Steam version instead as i use it a lot. So, if you're a new player, or someone who hasn't upgraded in the past, is the Premium Online Edition a good re entry point? Those are generally considered the best. This is so confusing for me, cos i'm intending to get the disc. But you must activate the game on the Rockstar Social Club account before you can play it. Premium edition includes active newbie traps like the Paleto Bay bunker and the Cash Factory.Next
Originally posted by :So there's no possibility of me connecting with my friends if they purchase it from steam and i do not? Not as a temporary discount, but permanently. Actually you get it as a contact after you manually dial 911. The other stuff is at least somewhat useful, though you'll probably replace most of what the pack comes with in time. Any other ways to activate gta 5 on steam? After being leaked via an back in February, Rockstar Games officially with a release at retail on disc immediately, and a digital edition out later this month. I am contemplating if I need the premium edition or not, i am not well versed in the gta5 world so i am unsure if its a good deal or not. I was thinking in buying through Steam because i think is way more efficient when talking about friends lists and all that kinds of stuff but i dont really get the pros and cons of getting it through Steam or Social Club. The Social Club only version:- You load it with or without Steam.Next
Normally I'd agree with the more negative comments. I think you will have more enjoyment overall starting from nothing. Cash doesn't pay well enough to ever really bother with, and the Paleto Bay bunker is geographically the furthest away from the associated timed mission objectives. And i heard that it does not come with a steam code and is like separated from Steam as they are using their own Social Club to run the online mode or something. However, with the mess of pricing across different platforms and stores, recent and the practical worth of the contents of the make the question of whether it's worthwhile more complicated. People can't not see me on steam playing it,but it works like uplay once I am in game.Next
Using the same config on both modes. But they all have the Social Club. So if you would go to Walmart and buy in game gta cash anyhow it is monetarily worth it, at the potential expense of the first paragraph. So to be clear the only diffrences are that a freinds on steam cant click on my profile and click join game on steam,because am hearing that Social Club has a freind list system. Rockstar has announced a new special edition of seemingly aimed at bringing in new players - but don't expect anything new for existing players. Everything else is handled via the Rockstar Social Club.Next
With a few exceptions mostly weapons it gives you average to bottom-tier equipment, and as mentioned a few items that are deliberately in there to sabotage you if you don't know better. Are these the only differences?. I do think this adds to the experience and gives you motivation to earn things. The premium edition includes an exclusive theme, but everything else can be purchased separately for cheap. Additionally, cheaper digital games would promote a more environmentally friendly approach, as that would mean fewer cases and discs becoming waste. Your friends list is in the social club. I am wondering if i should buy the Normal or Premium edition.Next
The controls feel as responsive as they did in the single-player campaign which meant shooting, driving, and running is easy to get a hold of. Can anyone tell me what the stuff the premium edition has that the normal don't? I heard of the phone app, idk if its any good tho. It's already really cheap now, but it'll be a 2-year-old game by then, after all. Then again, as a returning player who is switching to the newer version of the game, but is forced to leave their character behind, you possess experience of the game that newcomers don't. Well, your friends who purchased it on Steam would likely sitll be able to connect to the Social Club with their Rockstar accounts, so you would be able to connect with them through the Social Club. So, now that we have pricing down, is buying this version worth it? Grand Theft Auto 5 was recently re-released in the form of a , which includes the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack. The content, including vehicles, will be marked free in-game, and has no trade-in value.Next
But it contains what you need to actually hit the ground running in the form of the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack, which comes with vehicles, a base, a research lab, a counterfeiting operation and more. Now, in retail, things look a whole lot different. I designed a character and then servers went to hell: I was able to buy some car insurance and rob a convenience store, but that was about it. The story is not the strongest in the series by any stretch, but it's serviceable as a means to put the cast into varying situations, and I don't think it's actually bad. If you buy it retail, outside of Steam, it only has the Social Club activation, you cannot activate it on Steam. Any feedback i would really appreciate. It will still use the Social Club launcher, your in-game friends list will still be the Social Club friends list.
So for that, I would say skip it. Something to consider is that it isn't known whether the items included in the starter pack enjoy the same punishment exemption as Shark Card money. The Steam Version:- You have to load Steam to use it. So retail copies won't have Steam features. I've seen people post that they've literally ran out the clock from that location on certain missions without any further complications. Later on it is use all your businesses to grind for everything you desire.Next