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GTA V Has Shipped Over 180 Million Units

Up five million copies since the previous update.

Alongside the revealed plan to ship "several groundbreaking titles" in fiscal year 2025, which hinted at the possibility of the upcoming GTA 6 release, Take-Two Interactive has also published its yearly earnings results, providing an update on the sales of Grand Theft Auto V, Red Dead Redemption 2, and other titles.

Based on the report, the company's top-line growth remains strong thanks to the acquisition of Zynga. However, they are still experiencing losses. Take-Two's net revenue has increased by 53% to $5.35 billion, net bookings have risen by 55% to $5.28 billion, and reported net losses amount to $1.12 billion. These losses include impairment charges of $465.3 million for acquisitions and $79.1 million for canceled and unreleased game development costs. In comparison, the previous year had a net income of $418 million.

As for the individual video game sales, Grand Theft Auto V has surpassed the milestone of 180 million units shipped, contributing to the overall success of the franchise, which has now reached a cumulative total of over 400 million units.

As for Red Dead Redemption 2, it has shipped over 53 million units as of March 2023, and the Red Dead Redemption franchise as a whole has shipped over 75 million units. These figures indicate an increase of 5 million copies for Grand Theft Auto V and 3 million copies for Red Dead Redemption 2 since the previous report in February.

Furthermore, Borderlands 3 has achieved a shipment count of over 17 million units, while NBA2K23 has shipped over 11 million units, according to Take-Two.

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