What Is the Most Expensive Game in The Entire World?

As of 2019, the most expensive video game ever made is "Red Dead Redemption 2," which cost an estimated $265 million to produce. 

"Red Dead Redemption 2" is a western-themed action-adventure game developed and published by Rockstar Games. It was released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in October 2018 and Microsoft Windows in November 2019. 

The game is set in 1899 in the fictionalized American Old West and follows the story of Arthur Morgan, a Dutch van der Linde gang member. 

"Red Dead Redemption 2" received universal acclaim from critics, who praised its story, characters, open world, and gameplay. It became the best-selling video game of 2018 and had sold over 32 million copies by October 2019.

What Is the Rarest Most Expensive Video Game?

A video game is an interactive entertainment game in which a player controls a virtual character or avatar within a game world. Expensive video games are rare and cost a lot of money to acquire. The rarest and most expensive video game ever sold is "Super Mario Bros." for the Nintendo Entertainment System, which was sold for $156,000 in February 2020. The rarest and most expensive video game is one that is no longer in production and is difficult to find. Collectors are usually highly sought after in this game and can command a high price. The most expensive video game ever sold was a copy of Super Mario Bros. 3 for $156,000.

What's The Most Expensive Game on Steam?

The most expensive game on Steam now is "Arma 3," which costs $49.99. This military simulation game has been popular among gamers for its realistic graphics and gameplay. However, its price may be too steep for some people.

Other games that are close to Arma 3's price include "Civilization VI," "XCOM 2," and "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt." These highly-rated games offer hours of gameplay, but they may be too pricey for some gamers.


The video game industry is worth $30 billion. More people play games than watch movies. The industry is worth almost double what it was in 2012. And consumers spend more on video games than any other form of entertainment.