Take-Two has revealed that it has “strongest development pipeline in its history”, with plans to release new IPs and sequels to some of its “biggest franchises”.
This comes from a BusinessWire report from the recent release of the publisher’s fiscal year results.
In the report, management at Take-Two said about its upcoming games: “Take-Two has the strongest development pipeline in its history, including sequels from our biggest franchises as well as exciting new IP. While fiscal 2021 will be a light new release year, we expect to deliver strong results, reflecting the diversity and strength of our catalog and live service offerings.”
It is safe to assume that GTA VI isn’t going to be getting a release any time soon, during the earnings call, Take Two president Karl Slatoff did discuss just how many games Take Two is planning to release over the next few years. Slatoff said: “Across our internally owned labels and outside development studio partners, we currently have 93 titles planned for release over the next five years through fiscal 2025.”
Finally, the report also reiterates that no additional Take Two games have been currently delayed by working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. It said: “The shift to remote working adds complexity and challenges in some areas of the game development process; however, based on our work to date, we currently do not expect any delays other than what has been announced.”