After announcing that they plan to release 93 games over the next five years in 2020, Rockstar Games parent company Take-Two Interactive has once again stated that they will release 93 games over the next five years. A bug in the matrix?
The figure comes from calls made to investors today, during which the company took into account that it was given a year, as they were given at the same time, nor describing that last year’s launch of 93 How the games fell according to this plan.
When Karl Slateoff (president of Take-Two) asked an investor about last year’s impact on these 93 upcoming games, the latter indicated that it would be “a 93 title over the next five years” as the baseline fiscal year. Started in 2020, and was not simply pushed forward as a new target starting in 2021.
He said, “The 93 titles we’ve mentioned are frozen for a moment.” “And we haven’t really provided any new information since. Certainly things are changing and moving all the time, there hasn’t been a huge amount of movement since, so you really can’t wait for some big announcements, but I can ask you to make sure I am certain that he fell into the water, and some came back. But generally speaking, these are always the correct numbers. We expect these plans to go smoothly by going through various stages, so that changes over time, but we have not provided any additional updates. [sur ces 93 jeux à venir] Apart from the initial announcement we made. “
He also provided some statistics on the company’s expectations for these 93 titles, which incidentally are the same figures he gave in May last year: 63 titles are “Games for Hardcore Gamers”, 17 games. There are “games for video game lovers” and 13 for “beginners”. He ensures that 47 of these releases come from known licenses, while the rest are new licenses. 72 are planned for console, PC and cloud gaming, of which seven 72 titles are also coming to mobile; 23 of these 93 games will be on mobile only. And 67 of those games will be paid, while 26 games will be free.
To say that Take-Two has not made any progress towards that goal of 93 games launched last year. In 2020, their subsidiaries released several games, including the dissolution of the private division, and several other games including Carnival Games, NKA 2K21, XCOM: Chimera Squad, WWE 2K Battlegrounds and Mafia: Fixed Edition. Take-Two has cited various DLCs (which earlier slatoffs are not included in these 93 upcoming titles) as well as older games launching on new platforms such as Borderlands 3 and NBA 2K21, the next-gen console, Or arrive at Bioshock. The upcoming collection on the Nintendo Switch – it is not yet known whether these games will be included in these 93 games.
It is also likely that the figure is a significant step forward in this financial year, which is still underway for Take-Two, ending on March 31, 2021. It is possible that the company will give us another update on the progress of these 93 games. In its next financial reports, which will include full year earnings and its targets for this new financial year.
Upcoming games that could potentially be included in these upcoming 93 games include “GT6, GTO6, a new Bioshock game, Kerbal Space Program 2 (which has been postponed until at least 2022). , And the traditional 2K franchise. ” NBA 2K.
Take-Two also reported strong financial results, including another major milestone for GTA Online and Red Dead Online, the first of which saw its business following the release of the Keio Perico Heist DLC late last year Was overturned.