GTA V Crosses 60 Million Sold Threshold


GTA V DLC when? C’mon, 2K Games; you’re due for either this, Red Dead Redemption 2 or Agent.

Just when you think Dan Houser and the team at Rockstar Games have exhausted the Grand Theft Auto market with GTA V, they continue to push through to outlandish success. Despite any story expansion content announced, planned or available more than two years after its initial release, 2K Games has announced that GTA V has sold more than 60 million copies to retailers. This is according to their quarterly financial report, detailing the quarter’s non-GAAP net revenue of $468.8 million.

GTA V has not been without updates to online play, including a recent “Drop Zone” Adversary Mode, high-end vehicle and improvement update to GTA Online. Additional costumes for the holiday season were also made available, as were lowrider cars, Contact missions, and relatable gear. Finally, the depth of GTA Online grew substantially with criminal factions available in Free Mode, as you can now create criminal organizations and take out opposing factions.

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The success of GTA V cannot be overstated, as it becomes the third-best-selling game of all time, excluding bundled titles like Wii Sports. Its 25 million copies from PC, PS4 and Xbox One alone equal that of Grand Theft Auto IV’s total sales. With such information put forward like that to highlight Take-Two Interactive’s financial reports, the hope is that we get news of additional GTA V campaign content in the future. Rockstar Games has traditionally stayed away from E3, but with its next-gen reveal taking place during the Sony E3 2014 press conference, history could repeat itself this year.