Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Surpasses Fiscal Expectations
While still a relatively new title, the numbers don't lie.
Perhaps the news won’t come as a surprise, but Take-Two’s newly released title, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, has outperformed Take-Two’s expectations–as stated in their Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2022 Results & Guidance Summary. The game’s player base grew rapidly despite the first DLC not performing as well as originally anticipated.
While Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is still relatively new, and doesn't have nearly as big a following as Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online, the fan base that has grown in only a few short months since its release on March 25, 2022 is impressive to say the least. With the hype already rallied behind the game, and with the Fiscal report supporting its rapid growth, if Take-Two can continue to create interactive, fun DLC, the game could grow to be closer to Red Dead’s numbers this time next year.
If readers would like to read the full report of T2’s Fourth Quarter report, please feel free to check out their official summary. In other Fiscal news, EA also had a profitable year with the help of Apex Legends. EA also predicts that their mobile numbers will only continue to grow with the addition of Apex Legends Mobile.
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