The SteamSpy site revealed that the long awaited final version of Grand Theft Auto 5 sold over two million copies in Steam, indicating that Rockstar may have sold 3 or 4 million (or perhaps more) by adding sales of retail stores.

Grand Theft Auto 5  Successfully sold over 2 Million copies


Grand Theft Auto 5  made its debut on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 17, 2013, while on last November 18 released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. None of this seemed important to PC gamers, who were patient enough with the departure-and three delays- so they could enjoy Grand Theft Auto V at 60fps and with extensive graphics enhancements over the console versions.

As additional data, Grand Theft Auto IV sold a total of 3.5 million copies in Steam. Who knows how many copies Rockstar end selling. This shows that our favorite platform grows every day and perhaps because of this data, other publishers see the PC as an option when launching their games. Just rest that Rockstar announce the remastered version of Red Dead Redemption.

Furthermore, Rockstar has released a new patch for Grand Theft Auto 5 , which, despite notes of changes, users claim that has corrected the problem of ambient occlusion, but has broken Hook Script that enables certain Mods. Hook Script creator, Alexander Blade, probably needs to get an update.

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