GTA San Andreas for FREE

GTA San Andreas for FREE

We are almost in doubt that it is true, but the GTA saga has already existed in the market for over two decades, having been launched in 1997. And the series proved to be a gigantic success, a captivating generation behind the generation and becoming a worldwide sales phenomenon – not forgetting that highly critically acclaimed.

GTA San Andreas is regarded by many as the best game in the series, earning a series of prizes in 2004.

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the game, as well as the launch of the Rockstar Games Launcher, the publisher is offering the iconic title FOR FREE.

But how can you get it?

Fortunately, the process for obtaining Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for free is not exactly difficult. All you have to do is download Rockstar Games Launcher from the official website and create a Social Club account.

Once you start the program, you will notice that the copy of GTA San Andreas is already in your library. Claim it for yourself and it will be permanently added to your library!

Although we do not know the specific end date of this promotion, it has been revealed by Rockstar that GTA San Andreas will be available for free for a limited time, so hurry up if you’re interested!

Here is the tweet from the official Rockstar page:

What is Rockstar Games Launcher?

rockstar games launcher

As you may already deduce, Rockstar Games Launcher is an application you install on your computer that will allow you to gain quick access to Rockstar games.

Rockstar is the latest company to create a Launcher, joining the ever-increasing list that includes Ubisoft’s Uplay, Epic Games Launcher, EA Origin or even Steam, the great  “Player ” in this market.

The initial reaction to the Rockstar Launcher was not the best, with several users claiming that the market is getting more and more saturated. However, the tide may change if Rockstar decides to make the PC port of  “Red Dead Redemption 2 ” An exclusive of the platform, an asset that would attract many players!


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