“At the end of the day, the consumer will decide and we will stay where the consumer is.”
The parent company of developers such as Talk-to-Interactive, 2K and Rockstar, it has remained “highly suspicious” of game subscription services such as Xbox Game Pass.
In response to a recent earnings call, Take-Two President Carl Slatoff acknowledged that while the company was “free-spirited” and had made its games available on such services in the past, it was not certain that subscriptions would be the only “way” or primary way to distribute games. Will be played.
He added that “price points” for owning any game, “very reasonable on an hourly basis and very low, in fact,”.
“I don’t think our views have changed much. We’re open-minded,” Slatoff said in the call (thanks, GIBJ). “We are highly skeptical that subscriptions are the only way or the primary way that interactive entertainment will be delivered.
“And the way people swallow it is because And and the price point for owning a title, which is very reasonable and very low on an hourly basis, in fact,”
That said, he acknowledged that “subscriptions can play a role in cataloging”.
“We’ve supported numerous subscription, subscription offers, including catalog titles. I think we’ll continue to do that. And in any case, at the end of the day, the customer will decide and the customer will be where we are.”
ICYMI, Take-Two – which already owns the publishing labels of 2K, Rockstar Games and the private sector – recently announced that it has made it a mandatory offer for codemasters to raise full share capital.
To-to should make sure that once the perseverance is completed and other conditions are met, the Codemasters said its board would like to unanimously recommend that its shareholders accept the agreement.
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