GTA 5 hits huge sales milestone

Since its initial release in 2013 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Grand Theft Auto 5 has undergone multiple versions over the past near-decade. The popularity of Grand Theft Auto 5 has not diminished despite some gamers not playing the game for years. The latest figures from Take-Two’s financial update indicate that the game has been one of the industry’s biggest juggernauts in terms of sales.

As well as revealing information regarding the publisher’s finances, Grand Theft Auto 5 has sold over 170 million copies. The success of GTA 5 cements its position as the most popular video game of all time, despite not knocking Minecraft off its top spot. As a result, sales of Grand Theft Auto 5 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S are expected to have increased by an additional five million during the most recent financial quarter.

It is true that Grand Theft Auto 5 saw the majority of its sales shortly after its release, but the continued sale of millions of copies indicates that the game has maintained its popularity. There are plenty of reasons to consider purchasing Grand Theft Auto 5 even years after it was released, thanks to Grand Theft Auto Online as well. The Contract expansion for Grand Theft Auto Online provides players with constant opportunities to return to Los Santos and build up the cash necessary to purchase a luxury apartment or yacht.

Even though the continued success of Grand Theft Auto 5 is impressive, it has also revealed to some why Grand Theft Auto 6 has taken so long to be released. Despite the fact that Rockstar’s latest Grand Theft Auto game was only officially confirmed this year, some fans have now realized that with GTA 5’s tremendous success, there is no need to move on to GTA 6.

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In light of the fact that the release date of Grand Theft Auto 6 is also unknown, it is likely that fans will have to remain content with causing mayhem in San Andreas for at least another couple of years. According to the sales figures, however, many players are still satisfied with the Grand Theft Auto 5 experience. As Grand Theft Auto 5 continues to dominate the gaming industry, many will wonder whether it will be able to live up to the expectations set by its predecessor. Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two, recently asserted that GTA 6 will set new creative standards for the series, gaming, and entertainment.

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