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Wednesday, 31 July 2013 06:56

4+ million sold for BioShock Infinite

Written by David Stellmack

Best-selling release in the franchise

Take-Two announced that BioShock Infinite is the best-selling release in the BioShock franchise. Selling over 4+ million so far across the platforms for which the title was released. This was only some of the good news that Take-Two revealed during its earnings call.

Borderlands 2 which went on sale last September has also shattered expectations with title selling over 7+ million across released platforms. The title remains on track to become the highest selling game in the history of 2K Games.

Take-Two is banking that Grand Theft Auto V which is coming out soon will also deliver the goods. Pre-orders for the game are strong and it two could shatter sales records once released.

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