The masterpiece of Rockstar Games, Red Dead Redemption 2, has reached an important new milestone: the open-world western, praised for its narrative that made it one of the most important games ever, has distributed the remarkable figure of 25 million copies all over the world.
Take-Two Interactive stated this during a financial report. It must be said that these are copies distributed to retailers around the world, and not copies actually sold, but the numbers still give a fairly accurate estimate of the success enjoyed by the game.
Red Dead Redemption 2 also includes microtransactions, which add further gain to that generated only by the sales of the title itself. Red Dead Online is in excellent shape, according to CEO Strauss Zelnick, who joined GTA Online’s earnings (Grand Theft Auto V has also distributed more than 110 million copies since its launch, and was in the Top 10 on the charts of sale in five of the last six months) should ensure the company a good budget for the end of the fiscal year.
The same Zelnick has informed that for both games there are different online contents coming in the future, and therefore they will continue to be regularly updated with new multiplayer modes, objects and so on.
In short, a great success for Rockstar and for players who can rest assured: for Red Dead Online and GTA Online the addition of so much meat is expected.