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Word has it that the when you open the store in Grand Theft Auto 5 (in the pause menu), the console requests an XML file hosted on Rockstar's official web site. In-game "cash cards" were mentioned and denominations that range from $100,000 to $1,250,000.
The info also includes images, in addition to the following text:
Cash is king in this town. Solve your money problems and help get what you want across Los Santos and Blaine County with the purchase of cash packs for Grand Theft Auto Online. All purchased cash is automatically deposited into your character's bank account. Spend wisely, cash therapy is fleeting.
So, microtransactions in GTA? I think I know where this is going. Still, do Rockstar and Take-Two really need this?
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