Take-Two has announced new sales figures for its games. According to the company, Grand Theft Auto 5 has now surpassed 130 million sales on all platforms worldwide.
Furthermore, Red Dead Redemption 2 has sold 31 million units, whereas NBA 2K20 has sold 12 million units. On the other hand, Borderlands 3 has sold 10 million units. Lastly, The Outer Worlds has sold 2.5 million units.
Update to Take Two title sales:
Grand Theft Auto V – 130 million units
Red Dead Redemption 2 – 31 million units
NBA 2K20 – 12 million units (+33% vs 2K19)
Borderlands 3 – 10 million units
The Outer Worlds – 2.5 million units
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Unfortunately, Take-Two did not reveal any platform numbers or percentages. As such, we don’t know whether the PC sales of Borderlands 3 and The Outer Worlds were on par with the console sales. We also don’t know how much profit Take-Two did with the late releases of both GTA5 and RDR2.
Ironically, and while a lot of players have complained about the NBA 2K20’s awful microtransactions, the game has still sold 12 million units. That number is slightly higher than NBA 2K19’s sales. In other words, and despite the outcry, NBA 2K20 sold more units than its predecessor.
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