Rockstar and Team Bondi’s detective story LA Noire has sold-in more than four million copies worldwide, Take-Two’s latest financial results show.
The game launched in mid-May and, along with Duke Nukem Forever for which the sales numbers are curiously absent, is one of the titles credited for the company’s fiscal Q1 revenues.
“The strongest contributors to net revenue in the first quarter included new titles led by L.A. Noire, Duke Nukem Forever, NBA 2K11 and Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do,and catalog titles led by the Red Dead Redemption franchise, the Grand Theft Auto franchise and Borderlands,” the report informs.
Red Dead has to date, including the two million from the Undead Nightmare stand-alone disc, sold-in 11 million copies. Borderlands is at 4.5 million.