Rockstar Games yesterday released a new story trailer for upcoming cowboy sequel Red Dead Redemption 2.
Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA 5) has shipped 80 million copies worldwide since its release in September 2013.
Game publishers are sending their annual financial reports, which basically indicate an increase in digital games sale during 2016.
Grand Theft Auto (GTA) 5 has sold over 75 million copies since its release on September 17, 2013, was revealed by the publisher, Take Two Interactive.
The debut of Take-Two’s brand new IP, Battleborn, has failed to live up to the expectations of its creators, despite a successful launch period and decent critical reception.
The release of Take-Two Interactive’s latest earnings report provided some precious trickles of information to fans of Rockstar Games.
The mastermind of Bioshock is setting his sights onto other forms of entertainment media, as he announced that he is currently working on an interactive film.
One of the most notable developers of the Grand Theft Auto franchise has been reported to be suing Rockstar and Take-Two to the tune of $150 million.
The runaway success of Grand Theft Auto V is expected to continue earning millions for Rockstar long after the games first release on PS3 and Xbox 360.
The latest rumours are now suggesting that a return to Rapture might be on the cards in the near future with suggestions that the Bioshock series might be the latest to receive the remastering treatment.