GTA, Red Dead Redemption’s Take-Two is working on three unannounced remasters

Take-Two Interactive, behind Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption, is reportedly working on three unannounced remasters.

Publisher Take-Two Interactive, which previously released video games such as Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption, indicated that he is currently working on several remasters.

In a recent investor presentation, Take-Two indicated that it was developing a remaster of Grand Theft Auto V: extended and improved for new generation consoles. It also listed three unannounced games in the section titled “New iterations of previously released titles”. The report included a disclaimer stating, “These titles are a snapshot of our current development pipeline. It is likely that some of these titles will not be developed until completion, or some may be delayed, and we may add new titles to our list as well. “


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There is speculation that one of these unannounced titles is related to Grand Theft Auto V. Video game reporter Andy Robinson suggested, “Some of these will almost certainly cover GTA titles.”

It should be noted that Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick previously said the company was not interested in the ports for its games. He then developed that by saying, “Remastering has always been part of the strategy. We did differently from the competition – we don’t just wear titles, we actually take the time to do the best job possible. make the title different for the new version, for the new technology we’re launching it on. He added, “So we are improving the technology, we are improving the visuals and we are improving the performance. And that’s why I think our remastered titles generally work so well. “

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