Take-Two has some pretty interesting ideas about its future.
Take-Two just revealed that GTA 5 has now sold 60 million copies, and that their other titles, such as NBA 2k16 and WWE 2K16, had also done extremely well for themselves- they hardly need to explain themselves to anyone at this point, including their shareholders. They do know what it is that they are doing, it seems like. However, they did take the time to answer investors’ questions, as all companies must, in the wake of their earnings report, where we got some pretty interesting statements and comments from them.
According to Take-Two, there are still new, unannounced games in the pipeline from them incoming. This includes, by their own admission, new entries in their annual sports game franchises, yes, but also new ‘action-adventure’ games; could we be looking at a new Red Dead?
Perhaps equally excitingly, Take-Two also confirmed that they will be looking at VR platforms, though they did stress that they have nothing concrete to announce yet.
Obviously, the takeaway from all this is that we are getting a Red Dead Revolution for VR platforms. Obviously.