Take-Two, the pub­lish­ers of Red Dead Redemp­tion 2, shared some sales num­bers for Q3 of 2019. The com­pa­ny stat­ed Red Dead Redemp­tion 2 “sold-in more than 23 mil­lion units world­wide.” To be fair, “sold-in” real­ly rep­re­sents the num­ber shipped to retail­ers and not con­sumers.

How­ev­er, Take-Two’s rev­enue grew to $1.2 bil­lion, up from the $480 mil­lion dur­ing the same time last year. The top three largest con­tributers to the dou­bling of their rev­enue were: Red Dead Redemp­tion 2, NBA 2K19 and NBA 2K18among oth­ers.

Red Dead Redemp­tion 2 was also one of the largest con­trib­u­tors to dig­i­tal­ly-deliev­ered rev­enue, along­side Grand Theft Auto Online and Grand Theft Auto V.

Take-Two also men­tioned its “con­sumers engaged sig­nif­i­cant­ly with our offer­ings, and recur­rent con­sumer spend­ing grew 31%,” which is a new record.

Red Dead Redemp­tion 2 out­sold its pre­de­ces­sor by quite a bit and in a must faster amount of time. Red Dead Redemp­tion has sold 15 mil­lion units in total since it was released eight years ago. Red Dead 2 flew past this num­ber, hav­ing sold more copies in the first eight days.