Rockstar Games, parent company Take-Two Interactive held their earnings for Grand Theft Auto V, Red Dead Redemption 2 amongst other Take-Two titles. The main key highlight, Take-Two Software announced Grand Theft Auto V has sold an additional 15 million copies during the Q2 quarters.
Grand Theft Auto V – Updated Sale Figure
Take-Two Interactive has officially announced during their investor call, Grand Theft Auto V has sold a whopping 130,000,000 copies worldwide (excluding Epic Games Store). This comes after Rockstar recently removed Grand Theft Auto V from Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass subscription service.
We think this is truly an outstanding achievement by the Rockstar team.
Red Dead Redemption 2 – Updated Sale Figure
An updated unit figure has been adjusted for Red Dead Redemption 2. An additional 2 million units were sold during the second quarter. Taking the total unit figure to 31,000,000 copies sold worldwide. Take-Two also mentioned Red Dead Online was at a player peak in December 2019 following the latest content update Moonshiners.
In addition – for those concerned about future updates for Red Dead Online. Take-Two has confirmed more updates for Red Dead Online are on the way throughout this year.
Take-Two Confirms New Gameplay Enhancements
Take-Two Interactive also announced Rockstar Games will provide “an array of gameplay enhancements for both Red Dead Online and GTA Online”, many speculate like BadgerGoodger it could be further updates for the Grand Theft Auto: Online radio stations as we saw with the Diamond Casino update.
Red Dead Online, on the other hand, may introduce the next batch of features such as private sessions and such things. We will have to wait and see what happens in the near future.
Other Take-Two News
The parent company also announced over 91 titles are planned to be released within the next five years (March 2025). 63 of them are core experiences, 17 are mid-core titles, 13 are causal & arcade, 46 are new IP, 47 are existing franchises, 21 mobile titles, and lastly 26 titles are free to play.
That concludes most of the news from the investor conference.