This deal is getting worse all the time.
More free stuff in this troubled time.
Sony apparently looking to buy them in a “mostly cash” deal, which seems very unlikely.
Is AAA game development headed for a collapse?
Although the game will certainly be a hit, Take-Two are still taking their competition seriously.
It seems Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Battlefield 5 are estimated to outperform Rockstar's anticipated juggernaut.
It seems like they were happy with how LA Noire and NBA 2K18 did on Switch.
Their philosophy is, if you make a great game, people are gonna keep coming back to it.
Red Dead Redemption 2's publisher does not want to take success for granted.
Zelnick stated that the company's main aim is to create entertainment, and making money comes second.
Take-Two are happy with how people love Red Dead.
Zelnick says that they did really well during the transition from the PS3 to PS4.
GTA Online continues to be the biggest contributor for recurring consumer spending for the publishing company.
Take-Two discusses their views on microtransactions and how they are committed to making games of the highest quality.
The parent company of Rockstar Games also discussed reasons behind why the game's release date was delayed.
That said, no new announcements at the moment, obviously.
Manhunt 3? Or just a re-release, maybe...?
They also retain full creative freedom.
That explains the dismal and dreary state of the AAA market at the moment.
The publisher's President stated that overdelivering on the initial release, and then following up with additional content so as to maintain player engagement should be the norm.