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Red Dead Redemption 2 Ships Over 25 Million Units Worldwide, GTAV Over 110 Million - VGChartz
Red Dead Redemption 2 Ships Over 25 Million Units Worldwide, GTAV Over 110 Million

Red Dead Redemption 2 Ships Over 25 Million Units Worldwide, GTAV Over 110 Million - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 06 August 2019 / 1,092 Views

Publisher Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick in a conference call with investors for the latest financial results announced Red Dead Redemption 2 has shipped over 25 million units worldwide. This is up by one million units since May, which is also up another one million units from the previous quarter. 

Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto V continues to be a massive hit. It has now shipped over 110 million units woldwide.

 

"Both engagement and recurrent consumer spending on the game continue to gain momentum, and Rockstar plans to continue to enhance and evolve the world of Red Dead Online with ongoing updates to drive growth over time," said Take-Two in a press release. 

Thanks GamesBeat.


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3 Comments

KratosLives (on 06 August 2019)

theyre milkin it online, should have released gta6 by now.. this is the downsite of online gaming


COKTOE (on 06 August 2019)

I used to love R* and GTA, but they've become just awful in how they've handled GTA V. I mean, aside from it becoming the biggest anything ever......They've become seemingly complicit in executing Take-Two's orders to turn their games into disgusting MT factories, and like Jimothy Sterling recently said, and I'm paraphrasing, have become the just like the grotesque corporate entities they used to parody.


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Goddbless (on 06 August 2019)

I wouldn't say they're milking it since all the dlc has been free. I wish all online games received this type of support.


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