GTA V at 140 million copies, Take-Two's commentary on GTA San Andreas Remastered

GTA V at 140 million copies, Take-Two's commentary on GTA San Andreas Remastered
Take-Two Interactive recently released its new financial report for Q3 for the current fiscal year, revealing the sales figures of some of its most important and profitable gaming franchises.

According to the data released, GTA V has sold more than 140 million copies globally to date, with the last 5 million units placed from Q1 to Q3 of fiscal year 2021. Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two, pointed out that the open world title has sold more in 2020 of any other year since its publication except for 2013, the year of the original debut on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The sales projections of the game do not stop, since further publication on PS5 and Xbox is expected Series X | S during the second half of 2021.

The intervention on the possible remastered versions of the old chapters of the series, of which there is a lot of talk lately, especially in regards to by San And reas. When asked about the matter, Zelnick said, "It's a great and encouraging question. I'm inclined to leave it there more as a statement than a question, and any updates on our release schedule will come straight from Rockstar Games." Who knows that the rumors suggesting the arrival of GTA San Andreas Remastered before GTA 6 do not prove to be founded.

Moving the focus to another pillar of the publisher and Rockstar Games, is confirmed within the report that Red Dead Redemption 2 has managed to place over 36 million copies worldwide.

NBA 2K 2021, the famous basketball simulation title developed by 2K Games, sold for 8 million copies during the 'last quarter, denoting growth compared to Q2 in which it had stopped at 5 million.

Among other information, Take-Two said it earned $ 860.9 million in Q3 of fiscal year 2021, down from last year in which it recorded revenue of $ 930.1 during the same period. Millions of dollars. The publisher finally confirmed, despite the close agreement between Gearbox and Embracer Group, that it will continue to play the role of publisher of the games that are part of the Borderlands series.