One of Rockstar’s finest creation, Grand Theft Auto 5 is still generating respectable amounts in revenue for the company. The game is still loved despite the fact that it is almost 7 years old. According to Statista, GTA 5 had achieved its monthly peak players in November 2020, having reached more than 157K concurrent players on Steam. This is because Rockstar constantly pushes new content into the game to provide consistent engagement to its player base. 2020 has been a great year for GTA 5 as they have managed to gain impressive numbers in terms of revenue. Here’s everything you need to know.
GTA5 revenue in 2020- SuperData Statistics
We all know how popular GTA 5 has been since its release. It is the second best-selling game of all time according to Wikipedia and with GTA Online being introduced first in 2013, it managed to gain over $1B in four years according to Tweaktown.
SuperData is a website famous for providing quantitative and qualitative insights on various games. They recently released theirs In Year Review Report of 2020 which includes statistics of revenue generated by the Games and Interactive media in 2020.
GTA 5 has earned the third position in SuperData’s revenue list of Top 10 Premium Titles of 2020 generating a total of $911M. It is a big number for a game that has been released over 7 years ago. However, the majority of the revenue collected by GTA 5 has been made from the microtransactions in GTA Online like the previous year. For more details on the 2019’s GTA 5 revenue report, head to Tweaktown.
Rockstar has been keen on delivering more and more content to their game. However, there are many speculations of a new title GTA 6, but that seems a distant reality as Rockstar will be focused on GTA Online for the time being. But with increased revenue incoming every year, the development of future projects like GTA 6 will be beneficial.
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