Take-Two Interactive has recently unveiled its monetary outcomes for the time frame from April to December 2020. The gathering reports record results. Furthermore, GTA V has never sold just as it did in 2020. It presently has 140 million duplicates sold altogether.
The parent company of Rockstar Games recorded, for the second consecutive time, an increase in its turnover. After 459 million from April to June 2019, then 705 million over the same period in 2020 (an increase at the time of about 135% already) the group achieved this time a figure of business of 715 million, between October and December 2020. Expenditure on additional content and microtransactions also increased by 57%. That is 62% of the company’s total turnover.
Grand Theft Auto V is still the third best-selling game in the world. In front of him, the franchise Tetris (170 million) and Minecraft (201 million). Almost 140 million copies have therefore been sold in total and across all platforms. The group’s other games, such as Red Dead Redemption II, have not done as well as it: the latter, for example, went from 35 million to 36 million copies sold in this quarter. The group also announces record attendance for Grand Theft Auto Online.
“Take-Two achieved operating results that far exceeded our expectations. The outperformance of Grand Theft Auto Online, GTA V, NBA 2K, Mafia: Definitive Edition, Mafia Trilogy and Red Dead Redemption 2 reflects the passion, creativity and boundless commitment of our development teams to captivate and engage audiences ” said the current CEO of the group, Strauss Zelnick.