The Outer Worlds was a critical and commercial success, sales exceeded expectations

During its Q2 financial report, Take-Two announced that The Outer Worlds was a critical and commercial success. The company also stated that the game’s sales exceeded expectations, something that will definitely please all Obsidian fans out there.

Unfortunately, Take-Two did not reveal a specific number for the game’s sales, or sale percentages per platform. As such, we don’t know how successful the PC version was.

In similar news, Take-Two revealed that Borderlands 3 reached seven million total sales. Again, the company did not reveal any platform-specific sales. Furthermore, Grand Theft Auto 5 has sold over 115 million copies.

Last but not least, Take-Two claimed that it plans to release sequels from its biggest franchises as well as exciting new IP.

“Looking ahead, Take-Two has the strongest development pipeline in its history, including sequels from our biggest franchises as well as exciting new IP. We are actively investing in emerging markets, platforms and business models.”

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