GTA 5 Keeps Chugging Along With A New Massive Sales Milestone
The nearly seven-year-old open-world action-adventure title has sold some 130 million units worldwide.
In Take-Two's latest earnings call, the company confirmed that Rockstar Games' hugely successful open-world game Grand Theft Auto V has now hit 130 million units across all platforms worldwide.
This milestone follows the company's February 2020 earnings report, in which Take-Two announced that GTA V sold 120 million units worldwide.
The entire Grand Theft Auto series has sold more than 325 million units worldwide to date, with GTA V making up approximately 40 percent of the franchise's sales. (It's worth noting that these GTA V sales figures don't include the free giveaway Epic Games is holding until May 21 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET.)
Just checked the numbers and the GTA franchise has sold more than 325 million units in total.— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) May 20, 2020
130m means GTA V is 40% of total GTA game sales.
Borderlands around 60m, Red Dead around 52m, Bioshock around 35m, NBA nearly 100m.
In addition to this GTA V sales milestone, Take-Two confirmed some figures for other titles. This includes Red Dead Redemption 2 (31 million units), NBA 2K20 (12 million units, Borderlands 3 (10 million units, up 50 percent versus Borderlands 2 in the same period of time), and The Outer Worlds (2.5 million units).
In other GTA V news, Rockstar Games is celebrating the open-world game by giving away some free guns. Until May 21, you can pick up a variety of pistols for free from the Ammu-Nation gun store.
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