The lights are on
During it's second quarter fiscal call, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick mentioned that the company is preparing for the next generation with a stable of new titles.
These new games include Evolve (one of the company's acquisitions from THQ's downfall) and a project from the new studio headed by Rod Fergusson (pictured above). As for the other eight games, details will have to wait until Take-Two is ready to reveal more.
Our TakeNo one should be shocked that the company behind hits like Grand Theft Auto V, BioShock Infinite, and Borderlands 2 is actively developing for the next generation of consoles. 10 games seems like a solid number, though we don't know exactly what the are, or how big of a time period their releases will span. As with many next-gen projects, only time will tell.
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I think it would be smart to have 3 exclusive IPs for PS4, 3 exclusive IPs for XBO, and the rest sequels. Obviously Borderlands, GTA, and Bioshock will get sequels. I don't really count NBA 2K in these ten. But, I can't wait to hear more. I hope the new IPs will be really good.
Red Dead 3! bring it!
Half of them are sports titles.
As excited as I am for the potential (more like inevitable) game announcements like Borderlands 3 and a new Red Dead, I'm excited for any new IPs they might give us. Bioshock and Spec Ops: The Line were some of the best narratives I have ever experienced and I have been craving something new.
A Red Dead sequel better be one.
Red Dead?!?!?!?! Please let one be a next-gen Red Dead.