Take-Two Interactive Software reports Q2 FY17 results
Net revenue grew 21% for the publisher, Mafia 3 sells-in 4.5 million units
Take-Two Interactive Software has reported results for its fiscal second quarter 2017, ended September 30, 2016.
For fiscal second quarter 2017, net revenue grew 21% to $420.2 million, as compared to $347.0 million for fiscal second quarter 2016. Digitally-delivered net revenue grew 14% to $230.8 million, as compared to $202.4 million for fiscal second quarter 2016. Recurrent consumer spending (virtual currency, downloadable add-on content and online games) accounted for 56% of digitally-delivered net revenue, or 31% of total net revenue.
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI has reached one million units sold. The whole turn-based strategy franchise has now sold-in over 37 million units. Mafia III is the fastest-selling game in 2K’s history, generating week one sell-in of more than 4.5 million units.
2K also released XCOM 2 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. XCOM 2 initially launched for PC in February 2016. Publisher also launched NBA 2K17, which delivered record first week sell-in for the series and has continued to grow versus the prior-year’s release, with sell-in to date of more than 4.5 million units.