Take-Two updates sales for Red Dead Redemption 2, Borderlands, NBA 2K20, and more

The North American publisher declares results full of great news for its most important sagas. Improve your annual income.

Take-Two Interactive has presented this Wednesday the financial results for the fiscal year just ended on March 31. The parent company responsible for Rockstar Games, 2K Games, Gearbox or Private Division has updated the total sales of Red Dead Redemption 2, Borderlands 3 and more deliveries and sagas until this year 2020.

Starting with Grand Theft Auto 5, whose sales amount to 130 million copies worldwide with more than 325 million units for the entire saga, recent deliveries such as Red Dead Redemption 2 add up to already 31 million units worldwide if add the editions of PS4, Xbox One and PC. Last quarter alone, 2 million more copies were sold.

As for Borderlands, another of Take-Two's most successful sagas, the Gearbox Software-led license totals some 60 million copies distributed in total, of which 10 million correspond to Borderlands 3. The upside, by According to the information that appears from the document, it is that it is 50% more sales than what Borderlands 2 achieved in the same period, that is, with six months computed in the market.

Borderlands 3
The first six months of Borderlands 3 exceed the sales of Borderlands 2 by 50% in the same period.

We go to sports. As for NBA 2K20, the latest episode of the 2K Sports basketball saga, it already exceeds 12 million units sold, 33% more than NBA 2K19 at this point. To finish, The Outer Worlds has surpassed 2.5 million units, while Mafia III has sold 7 million units so far. All this has allowed Take-Two's total turnover for the last financial year to stand at $ 3,089 million; an increase of 16% compared to the immediately previous year.

For its part, the spending of each in-game player has grown by 29%. We are talking that 45% of total income corresponds to microtransactions. At that meeting, Take-Two has confirmed that they will launch a total of 93 video games (all versions of each platform are counted in all titles) between now and the next five years. Half of them of new intellectual properties and the other half of already existing sagas.

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