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Take-Two on New GTA Game: We'll Leave That Discussion up to Rockstar

Rockstar Games’ guardian firm, Take-Two Interactive, has revealed that it plans to launch 93 titles over the following 5 years.

In an earnings name with buyers this week, President Karl Slatoff stated that 63 of the 93 titles can be “core gaming experiences.” Of these 63, 15 titles can be “platform extensions” of current titles, 17 can be “mid-core or arcade style” video games, and 13 can be informal video games. Overall, 47 of the 93 titles are from current franchises and 46 are new IP.

When an investor requested if Grand Theft Auto is included within the aforementioned breakdown, CEO Strauss Zelnick stated that Take-Two doesn’t make such bulletins throughout earnings calls and can depart that half as much as Rockstar.

Take-Two skilled a 49 % improve in digital spend year-over-year in the course of the COVID-19 lockdowns, amounting to a file $729 million. However, the corporate isn’t celebrating the milestone.

“It’s a terrible thing to pat yourself on the back in the face of tragedy,” Zelnick advised Games Industry. “That’s not how we feel. We do think that providing great, at-home entertainment is a service in times like this.”

Zelnick believes that the shift to digital can be accelerated by the pandemic however he neither expects nor desires bodily merchandise to go away.

“I do think, though, you’re going to see that this represents a bit of a sea change, and you’re going to see more of an interest on an ongoing basis in interactive entertainment even as this ends,” he continued.

We’ll replace our readers when we have now extra details about Take-Two’s upcoming titles. Rest assured, a brand new GTA is coming; it’s solely a query of when.

[Source: Seeking Alpha]

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