Take-Two also has three remakes/remakes in production.
In the general introduction below Take twoIn the first quarter earnings display for fiscal year 2022, the publisher shared some general highlights about its pipeline for the next two fiscal years.
Take-Two generally divides its projects into one of four categories: immersive core, standalone, mobile, and new iterations of previously published titles. The last one refers to all development ports of existing games, as well as remakes of old games.
According to the slide, six of Take-Two are in development [PDF]. Including the upcoming PS5 and Xbox Series X/S remake of GTA 5, as well as the independent online version of GTA. Then came the Kerbal Space Program.
In addition, there are three unspecified projects Take-Two is considering to remake/remake. The publisher did not specify which label will be responsible for these games. Take-Two owns 2K Games, Rockstar and Private Division. Excluding Private Division, either of these two tags may be remaking or republishing their games.
Of course, everyone likes to imagine that Rockstar is committed to bringing its classic GTA games to modern systems and enhancing them in some way. However, there is no announcement in this regard, Rockstar usually does not remake or remake, except for recent/playing games, such as GTA 5.
Elsewhere in the same earnings call, Take-Two revealed that it will announce a new game this month, rumored to be Firaxis’ Marvel XCOM project.
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