Red Dead Redemption 2 Has Already Shipped 17 Million Copies Worldwide


We're still calculating the chances of Red Dead 2 coming to PC, and right now Take-Two is just as hesitant to talk about Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC as Rockstar.

Grand Theft Auto V is still selling well, and Grand Theft Auto Online is exceeding company expectations even ahead of Red Dead Redemption 2's release.

Those aren't the only accolades Take-Two called out, either: Rockstar's Cowboy epic is apparently the most pre-ordered full game ever sold on PlayStation Network, as well as the biggest day-one sales of any digital PlayStation games.

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Zelnick is one of only a handful of prominent industry figures to vocally support cross platform play and, despite this, there's still nothing in the pipeline for Red Dead Redemption 2 cross platform plans. Any updated thoughts on making Red Dead 2 available on PC down the road? Unlike the Rockstar western's excellent implementation of deep snow, its instructional take on hair growth and its generally compelling depiction of a crumbling micro-society, this new Red Dead's superb present participles appear outside the game. It's now sold over 17 million units worldwide.

"As a result of our strong second quarter performance and outstanding early results from Red Dead Redemption 2, we are raising our financial outlook for fiscal 2019, which is also poised to be a record year for Net Bookings and Adjusted Operating Cash Flow".