It is reported that from the two earnings that the company revealed that it also has such a whopping 62 games planning to release at the end of FY 2024 that is March 2024. All these games had been listed off into the slide for Take-Two’s FY22-24 pipeline. It contains 23 Immersive Core ti9tles and six Independent games from its Private Division label 20 mobile games, 4 “Mid Core” games, and also nine “New iterations of previously Released Titles”.
All the slides have been filled with the important caveat that has been expploai9ned that this is just only a snapshot of taking two existing development pipelines. It seems that not all will release necessarily these titles that will also not be developed along with completion or some may be delayed and they also can add such new titles to their slate.
For helping the take two ambitious plans the company has been enhancing its headcount in recent years. Since last year. Take-Two has a development studio staff of 5,046 and there is also a number that has been steadily growing in current years. In this naturally, people are wondering about the rumour of Grand Theft Auto 6 that might be among the latest Take To games arriving over the next few years abut the company will make no mention about this.
In this Take-Two also has been delayed 2L’s Marvel’s Midnight Suns from XCOM developer Firaxis. This company also has been revealed about the GTA V that has now sold 155 million copies while Red Dead Redemption 2 sales have climbed to 399 million.
- Immersive Core: Titles that have the deepest gameplay and the most hours of content. Examples include our key sports franchises (like PGA 2K and NBA 2K) as well as Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption (to name a few).
- Independent: Private Division releases.
- Mobile: Any title released on a mobile platform.
- Mid-core: Titles that are either an arcade title (like WWE Battlegrounds) or games that have many hours of gameplay, but not to the same extent as an immersive core title.
- New iterations of prior releases: This includes ports and remastered titles. Sequels would not fall into this category.
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