Rockstar Games’ latest title, Red Dead Redemption 2, has generated $275 million in sales around the world in the first three days after launching.
Industry analysts expect Red Dead Redemption 2 to sell well, but publisher Take-Two is staying quiet on just how well they think it’s going to sell.
Take-Two Interactive recently reported their full-year results for the fiscal year of 2018. Despite Red Dead Redemption 2 being delayed into the next financial year the publisher still reported increased revenue, even from the five years old Grand Theft Auto Online.
Rockstar Games revealed the third trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2, sequel to the hit open world wild west title Red Dead Redemption which launched in 2010.
Leslie Benzies, a former producer on the Grand Theft Auto game series, has been hit by a setback in his $150 million lawsuit against the publisher of Grand Theft Auto 5, Take-Two Interactive.
Take-Two Interactive CEO, Strauss Zelnick, doesn’t think that any large publishers or platform holders will be purchasing one another anytime in the foreseeable future.
Activision Blizzard revealed in their earnings report that the company’s revenue from in-game net bookings, a term that includes items such as loot boxes, DLC sales, and in-App purchases for mobile games, reached $4 billion in 2017.
Parent company of 2K Games and Rockstar Games, Take-Two Interactive, have reported their earnings for the third quarter ending December 31, 2017. The report shows new records set for consumer spending in both GTA Online and NBA 2K18.
GTA series developer Rockstar Games announced that the online component of GTA 5, GTA Online, had its biggest year ever in 2017.
Take-Two Interactive, parent company to Rockstar, the makers of the phenomenally popular Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead series, has announced the creation of a new independent gaming studio, Private Division.