Take-Two's financials continue to look rosy, with sales of Grand Theft Auto 5 starting to look like stretch goals for Star Citizen.
As you'd expect, the GTA series is more or less a licence for Take-Two to print money. The publisher announced in its latest quarterly results that GTA 5 — just GTA 5, not the entire series — has "sold-in over 54 million units" across all platforms.
Take-Two previously said in their full-year results that the franchise had "sell-in of over 53 million units", with the increase heavily influenced by the game's PC release in mid-April.
Interestingly, the highlights for the quarter failed to mention anything about Evolve, despite noting the release of the Hunting Season 2 DLC in late June. Evolve is noted alongside the WWE 2K series, NBA 2K franchise, Borderlands and Grand Theft Auto as one of the "largest contributors to Non-GAAP net revenue" but the report did not advertise any sales or playtime figures for Turtle Rock's asymmetrical FPS, unlike the annual report which revealed the new IP had sold approximately 2.5 million copies.