Take-Two Interactive while presenting financial results (about we wrote In a separate message) omwia Plan for the next few years as well. They promise to be very ambitious. Over the next three years, the publisher intends to release as many as 62 productions.
21 of them will be published by March 31, 2022. There will be 4 high-budget projects, 10 mobile games, 6 updated versions of old titles, and 1 production from an independent developer.
These numbers don’t tell us much, but the presentation also included information on what the different publisher teams are doing. We learned that Firaxis is working on several projects that will be unveiled this year. We know that there is a brand new among them. Fans Guess as wellThat the developer is planning XCOM 3 And it may be preparing to announce the next DLC for Sid Meier VI Civilization Or those occasional results from this series (which are something like that Beyond the earth).
Additionally, by the end of March 2022, a game will debut that marks the start of a new series from the Gearbox software studio. This team remained taken over By Embracer Group in February this year, but this should not affect the developer’s collaboration with Take-Two Interactive. The publisher praised the fact that it would sell Borderlands 3 It has already exceeded 13 million copies.
This is the end of the concrete, but it is worth noting the interesting analysis that I have prepared PC Gamer service, Whose editors tried to determine the titles to be included in these 62 projects. According to them, by the end of March 2022, we will receive not only the new Gearbox, but also the aforementioned new brand Firaxis and Ambiguous addressDora’s father is working on it Bioshock Ken Levine. Additionally, May will appear on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S, among others. Red Dead Redemption 2And the The Mafia: Definitive Edition And the Grand Theft Auto III: 20th Anniversary Edition, Ready to celebrate your twentieth birthday GTA 3.
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