Just the other day we saw the arrival of the GTA V Starter Pack, to help players with the online side of things. With countless numbers still signing in to the open-world adventure, it’s not surprising to see more content arrive to help players boost their online wealth. This time though, Rockstar look to bring us three more options to aid in our online adventures, with one proving to be the most expensive content drop yet.

The three packs that have been made available today include the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack and Great White Shark Card Bundle, the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack and Whale Shark Card Bundle, and the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack and Megalodon Shark Card Bundle. All three look to provide the ultimate kickstart to your online adventures, or even give a sizeable boost to those with an already wealthy GTA citizen.

Each of the new packs bring players exactly the same things we’ve seen in the previous GTA V Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack such as 10 new vehicles for your vehicular collections, 6 new properties, including an Executive Maze Bank West Office, a Bunker and a Clubhouse amongst others and some weapons, clothing and tattoos. But this time the bundles also include the new bonus of either the Whale Shark Card or the Megalodon Shark, dependant on which bundle you choose to buy into.

Those wanting to buy into the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack with the Whale Shark Cash Card will find themselves with an extra $3,500,000 in-game GTA dollars to spend in GTA Online, on top of the $1,000,000 in-game GTA dollars brought by Starter Pack. This option is available for purchase now for the eye-watering price of £59.99. The Great White Shark pack comes in a little cheaper at £51.99, but you do ONLY get $1,250,000 to start with.

Meanwhile the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack with the Megalodon Shark Cash Card will bring players an additional $8,000,000 in game GTA dollars to spend in GTA Online on top of the $1,000,000 in game GTA dollars the Starter Pack brings – all for a rather mind boggling £104.99. Yes, over £100!

It’s well worth noting that the none of the Starter Pack bundles or GTA Cash Cards come with a copy of GTA V included and all money related content can be earned in-game should you prefer.

Those not yet aware of the full contents of the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack should check out our article from a few days back for full details – don’t forget that any purchase of the new bundles comes with the associated Shark Cash Card as well.

So, there we have it – the latest super expensive GTA V content packs. Will you be buying into the latest additions or are the prices too extravagant? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below or via our usual social channels.

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AnnihilationGaming™
5 years ago

And they know that the “stupid masses” will buy this. If you want this crap to go a away, then stop buying into it. But if one stupid person buys into it, companies are going to keep doing this. They’re is a sucker, born every minuet. But when it come to online gaming, it’s more like every second.

PachterStation
PachterStation
5 years ago

From that, we can all see what’s going to happen with GTA 6. But as I’ve said so many times before, only idiots pay for the extras. Quite frankly, I couldn’t care less. Playing the base game is enough for me.

Brad Candice
Brad Candice
5 years ago

They shouldve just done what they said they were gna do. Single player dlc and new cities for online. Neither surfaced and thats why I stopped playing it. At this pace, Ill just redbox Red Dead 2…

Steve (stylon)
5 years ago

Holy shit – over £100 for virtual in-game items? You could buy several brand new games for that sort of cash or half of a new Xbox One S. Rockstar have really gone down in my estimation since they released GTA5 back in 2013… all they’ve done since is re-release it on Next gen systems and drip fed half-arsed multiplayer crap into GTA Online. It took them over a year to bring heists to the game and the implementation of them sucked from day 1 and they’ve never done anything to improve them since. Seems like they’ve just been coasting along on the profits of GTA ever since…

Sorethumbed
Sorethumbed
Reply to  Steve (stylon)
5 years ago

I’m kinda with you…… But not. Since the game released they’ve introduced loads of free content and ok, some of it sucked – but it was FREE. Yes, they’ve put stuff in that you can buy with real cash but it doesn’t affect gameplay at all. I’m pretty certain that I got mymoney’s worth out of GTA5 and fairly certain I will as well with RDR2. You can still manage to have fun in there (providing you can avoid the morons).

Steve (stylon)
Reply to  Sorethumbed
5 years ago

Nah, I fully expected some quality, lengthy story based DLC like we got with GTA 4. Not the half-arsed multiplayer fluff that they’ve been churning out for years. They could easily have continued Michael, Trevor and Franklin’s adventures but it’s far cheaper to just chuck in some new car skins, another MP vs mode variant etc. Colour me unimpressed lol.