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Take-Two sold 32.5 million copies of Rockstar juggernaut ‘GTA 5’ in 2013

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Take-Two Interactive announced in its latest financial report that the publisher had sold 32.5 million copies of Rockstar Game’s juggernaut Grand Theft Auto 5 by the end of 2013, according to a report today from GameSpot.

According to the report, 3.5 million copies of GTA 5 have been sold since Take-Two last reported selling 29 million units of the sandbox game at the end of October.

Take-Two, however, did not disclose how many copies of GTA 5 have been sold-through to customers, though they did announce that revenues from Q3 rose by $405 million over the same time in 2012 to $767.7 million.

The game’s sales contributed to a $210.7 million profit for Take-Two in the quarter, with some help from NBA 2K14 and WWE 2K14.

Take-Two’s sales figures on GTA 5 seem to dwarf Cowen & Company analyst Doug Creutz’s, who said in September that roughly 25 million units of the game would be sold within a year of its release.

You can read that full Examiner report by clicking here.

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