Publisher Take-Two Interactive announced another significant achievement for Grand Theft Auto V With 170 million units sold, Red Dead Redemption reached 70 million.
During Take-Two Quarterly earnings callThe company’s investor presentation revealed sales figures for both series. As a franchise, Grand Theft Auto has sold over 385 million units, of which 170 million are attributed to GTA 5.
as indicated Tweet embed On Twitter, that’s a smaller jump than the “nearly 170 million” mentioned in Take-Two’s latest earnings report. In the same report, GTA 5 has sold around 5 million Copies in one quarter. Talking to GamesIndustry.bizHannah Sage, Executive Vice President of Finance for Take-Two, noted that the company only updates GTA 5 sales in 5 million increments.
For Red Dead Redemption, sales are up another 2 million units since the publisher’s last earnings call. The franchise, which includes both Red Dead Redemption 1 and 2, has sold 70 million units worldwide.
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Back in August, Take-Two had an optimistic view of the future of mobile after the acquisition of Zynga. but, Barons It highlights that the financial outlook has softened, with fiscal year forecast cuts attributable to a weaker global economy and lower mobile spending.
Regardless, both the Rockstar game series have been breaking industry records for years now. GTA 5 generated $1 billion in retail sales faster than any other entertainment release in history, This is a feat achieved in just three days. And despite it being a decade old, the developer is still rushing Next generation patches To steal the open world.
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