No wonder if GTA 5 And Red Dead Redemption 2, thanks to the Hollywood commitment of Rockstar, they have sold a lot, but it is natural to ask how much. The software house has just released the data, and these are really mind-boggling figures, especially for one of the two specifically.
We allude a little surprisingly to the fifth Grand Theft Auto, for easily understandable reasons. Although the high number of ports made it a sort of meme, the title that narrates the raids of Michael, Franklin and Trevor sold, in the total of each format, a considerable amount.
If you want to know how much they have sold GTA 5 And Red Dead Redemption 2, therefore, Rockstar is more than happy to answer you. Going in ascending order, however, we should start from Arthur Morgan’s story: Take-Two’s western welcomed no less than thirty eight million of players.
If this seems like an impressive figure, wait until you know the numbers of the flagship series from Rockstar. Counting the sales on each platform (remember that the game dates back to 2013 and was also released on PS3 and Xbox 360, before go to next-gen), GTA 5 has placed no less than one hundred and fifty million of units.
Red Dead Redemption 2 has now surpassed 38 million units sold in.
The series as a whole has surpassed 60 million. pic.twitter.com/9PItYCapKI
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These are undoubtedly crazy figures, but on the whole well proportioned to the commitment and care given by the software house. Just think of the fact that, in the case of Red Dead Redemption 2, the amount of content is such that the undertaking of fans to recreate the diary of Arthur Morgan ended only three months ago.
More recent, however, is the news about the Rockstar crime novel. Specifically, what he is experiencing GTA 6 is undoubtedly a troubled development, but in order to do not overload with work their employees the development team would appear to be considering an approach along the lines of Fortnite, preferring updates to numbered chapters.