It's been less than six months and a very busy holiday season since Grand Theft Auto V dropped last September. The game's publisher, Take-Two, has revealed 32.5 million copies of the game have been shipped to retailers since the releases which would make it the biggest GTA game ever.

Of course the number of games shipped does not indicate actual sales but the sheer volume give an idea of the demand. For example Grand Theft Auto IV sold about 25 million copies across all platforms.

So what is developer Rockstar Games going to do with its money-pile? Hopefully churn out some more great games.

Yesterday Take-Two commented to not comment on if and when Grand Theft Auto V would make its PC debut. “At this point there's really nothing for us to say about that,” said Karl Slatoff, Take-Two president. But since GTA games eventually end up on PC - and now mobile - it probably will happen; it'll just take some time. Stay tuned for more details.

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[Via Destructioid]