GTA 5 Has Now Sold 145M Copies; 2K’s NFL Game Delayed, New Gearbox Title Coming

Grand Theft Auto V has crossed yet another huge sales milestone. Take-Two Interactive has announced that the open-world game has now crossed 145 million units shipped to retailers, which is up from 140 million three months ago. Also during the call, 2K delayed its upcoming arcade NFL game and announced that Borderlands studio Gearbox will release a new game.

In total, the series has reached 345 million units sold in to retailers. That's a huge figure, but it's not the biggest franchise around, as Call of Duty just hit 400 million sold.

The game is poised for even more growth in the future, as Rockstar Games just announced that GTA V is headed to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on November 11. That's also the day that GTA Online's standalone release will debut on next-gen systems.

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