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Friday, 31 May 2013 07:59

18 million copies is what GTA V will sell in first year

Written by David Stellmack

Not a surprise, since GTA 4 has sold 25 million copies

Analysts at the Cowen Group expect Grand Theft Auto V to sell 18 million copies within the first 12 months of release. The number is a staggering amount of copies; but when put into perspective, GTA 4 has sold over 25 million copies, so the number maybe isn’t really that much of a surprise.

Word from Take-Two has indicated that pre-orders for GTA V are doing well and that, of course, is a good sign. The sales estimates from the Cowen Group should make Take-Two pretty happy when you combine this with the news of the pre-orders doing so well.

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