GTA+ expands its catalog with Bully and L.A. Noire

Rockstar Games has announced that Bully and L.A. Noire will join the catalog of games available on its GTA+ subscription service. These two iconic titles will arrive on the service this year, with no specific date confirmed yet. The news was shared via Rockstar Games’ official blog.

Bully, set in a boarding school, puts us in the shoes of Jimmy Hopkins, a troubled young man. This game offers an experience similar to GTA but in a school environment, where we interact with different characters, complete missions and participate in activities such as going to classes or having a social life.

On the other hand, L.A. Noire transports us to 1940s Los Angeles, where we assume the role of a detective in charge of solving crimes. Through the investigation of crime scenes, interrogations and the search for clues, the game offers a unique experience that combines elements of GTA with the perspective of chasing criminals.

In addition to these two games, subscribers enjoy other benefits, such as access to exclusive content for GTA Online, including unreleased vehicles, virtual currency, exclusive events and new outfits.

The service is available on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, allowing users of these platforms to access the service and enjoy these exclusive games and benefits.