Connect with us


How Much Money Did GTA 5 Make?

Take a look at the revenue generated by GTA V in total.



how much money did gta 5 make

With GTA 6 becoming a reality in 2025, many players are flocking back to the iconic game GTA V (many never even left). The hype for the next game is bringing up the question – how much money did GTA 5 make?

The longevity proven by this game has been mind boggling, since it boasts of popularity even more than a decade after its initial release. Here’s how much revenue it collected since then.

How Much Money Did GTA 5 Make in Total?

Grand Theft Auto V is a massive commercial success, raking in over $8.5 billion in revenue worldwide. Considered the second-best-selling video game ever, GTA V has shipped around 200 million copies.

gta online in app purchases and subscriptions

Apart from game sales, GTA V generates revenue through subscriptions and in-game purchases, making up a huge portion of its total earnings. Here’s a snippet from Take Two Games’ Fiscal Year 2023 Financial Highlights that shares the data:

“Recurrent consumer spending (which is generated from ongoing consumer engagement and includes virtual currency, add-on content, in-game purchases, and in-game advertising) increased 84% and accounted for 78% of total GAAP net revenue.

Digitally-delivered GAAP net revenue increased 62% to $5.09 billion, as compared to $3.15 billion in fiscal year 2022, and accounted for 95% of total GAAP net revenue. The largest contributors to GAAP net revenue were NBA 2K23 and NBA 2K22; Grand Theft Auto Online and Grand Theft Auto V; Empires & Puzzles; our hyper-casual mobile portfolio; Toon Blast; Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online; Words With Friends; and Merge Dragons.”

All of this made the title one of the most financially successful entertainment products of all time. The game itself costed $200 million to make and with revenue generated close to $8.5 billion, the profits have been massive.

If you’re excited about GTA 6, make sure to check out all the hidden details fans have noticed in the poster of the upcoming game of the franchise.

Maria is a part-time gamer, part-time painter and full-time Otaku. Her love for Anime started with Pokemon as she watched and drew Pikachu, Jigglypuff, and other cute Pokemon. Upon finding out about the games she became a big RPG fan. However, RPGs aren't the only type of game she likes. You can also find her maining Mileena, Kitana, and Johnny Cage in MK1.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *