Borderlands 2 has now shipped over 6 million copies from release in September, parent publisher Take-Two Involved reported today. Within a postearnings financial call these days, Take-Two Chief executive officer Strauss Zelnick disclosed the newest product sales landmark, up from 5 million by the end of October.
Zelnick included the Borderlands is among the Take-Two’s most significant long-term elements, recommending the company might be planning for a sequence launch for upcoming systems.
Borderlands 2 was a important contributor to Take-Two’s the main thing this three months, supporting the company publish a revenue of $78.8 million for the 3 months period ended December 31, up 148% more than this past year. Additionally, the game’s digital expansions improved Take-Two digital earnings increase 244% over the year.