Grand Theft Auto V remains one of the most popular titles out there, even before it's upcoming next-gen release. As revealed during Take-Two Interactive's Q2 Earnings Call, the game has now sold 155 million copies since release.
Selling more than five million copies during the last quarter, it's an impressive achievement considering GTA V first released back in 2013. This continued success can be largely attributed to Grand Theft Auto Online, which still receives widespread updates.
GTA V's Popularity Remains Strong, Selling Five Million Copies In The Last Quarter
Another factor worth considering is Grand Theft Auto VI's absence. The highly anticipated sequel to GTA V has reportedly been delayed several times already. According to insider Chris of Rockstar Mag, one reasons is due to Rockstar founder and GTA writer Dan Houser's departure from Rockstar Games.
As for other GTA titles, the GTA Definitive Edition - comprised of enhanced versions for GTA III, GTA Vice City, and GTA San Andreas - begins rolling out next week. Make sure to follow us for more gaming news and updates as it happens.