Red Dead Redemption 2 raises passions in Take-Two
The distributor also reveals that GTA V is already close to having distributed 100 million units.
The distributor Take-Two he has something big on his hands with Red Dead Redemption 2, and he knows it. The stamp, common on the releases of Rockstar For a few years now, he has confessed his enthusiasm for the new video game from the creators of the GTA saga.
"We are incredibly excited with its launch," admitted a spokesperson for the North American company in a meeting with shareholders. The video game is among the most anticipated of 2018, although some analyst reports assure that it could be surpassed in terms of sales by Battlefield and Call of Duty in its new deliveries.
Expectations are high, of course, it is not by chance it is the first new video game of Rockstar not only in this generation of consoles and PC, but also in the last five years. Specifically, speaking of his latest work, the publisher has announced that GTA V is now close to reaching 100 million units sold, a real madness.
"This quarter's strong commercial performance is mainly boosted by better-than-expected performance in GTA Online and NBA 2K18 in terms of in-game sales," states Zelnick, recalling that NBA 2K18 has broken its own sales record. "In addition to a consistent and robust demand for Grand Theft Auto 5, which is now approaching 100 million games distributed."
Of course, there are still many unknowns around the open world western starring Arthur Morgan And, among the latest possibilities, it has not been ruled out that Red Dead Redemption 2 ends up having battle royale mode.