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One year after saying that it will release 93 games in 5 years, Take-2 says it will release 93 games in 5 years.

One year after saying that it will release 93 games in 5 years, Take-2 says it will release 93 games in 5 years.

Rockstar Games’ parent company Take-Two Interactive has announced that it will release 93 games over the next five years, almost a year after announcing plans to release 93 games over the next five years. This number comes from Take-Two Interactive revenue. On today’s phone, the company doesn’t admit that it’s been a year since it first numbered it, or outline how last year’s release fits into the planned roster of 93 titles exactly. I gave it a very specific number.

When investors asked to elaborate on how last year’s impact on numbers, Take-Two president Karl Slatoff said that the benchmark “93 titles in five years” began in 2020. It seems to indicate that it has risen as a new goal to start in 2021.“The” 93 titles “we put out there were snapshots. It was a moment, “he said. “I haven’t really updated since then. Of course, things are always going in and out. It’s not that long, so I can’t really expect that to happen. There’s a fair amount of movement, but it’s gone. Certainly there is something back, but generally speaking, these are still pretty good numbers. I expect this pipeline to be fluid as follows. Various milestones As it passes, it will change over time, but we do not offer any additional updates other than those originally announced. “

He also analyzed some statistics on the company’s expectations for 93 titles. This happens to be the same stats he gave last May. 63 titles are “Core Gaming Experience”, 17 is “Midcore”, 13 is “Casual.” He expects 47 of the releases to be existing IPs and the rest to be new IPs. 72 are planned for consoles, PCs and streaming services, seven of which are moving to mobile. 23 of 93 will be mobile only. In addition, 67 games are premium releases and 26 games are free to play.

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This doesn’t mean Take-Two isn’t moving towards its goal of 93 releases last year. In 2020, its subsidiary will play a number of games, including the collapse from the private sector, and a number of games from 2K games, including Carnival Games, NBA 2K21, XCOM: Chimera Squad, WWE 2K Battleground, Mafia: Definition Edition. Released. It also includes various DLC packs (which didn’t count towards Slatoff’s previously planned 93 game releases) and older games that will be re-released on newer platforms such as Borderlands 3 and NBA 2K21 coming to the next generation. We have also released BioShock. Collection on Nintendo Switch-It’s unclear if these are included in 93.

This number may also indicate a milestone set for this year, which Take-Two is still in the process of ending March 31, 2020. The company may offer a more complete update of the company. Progress towards 93 game releases in finance for the next quarter. This includes full-year revenue and goals for the new fiscal year.

Future games that may be included in this number include GTA 6, a new BioShock game, Kerbal Space Program 2 (postponed to at least 2022), and regular 2K Sports titles, including NBA. Includes the annual slate of. 2K.

Take-Two reported another strong quarter of earnings, including new record milestones in GTA Online and Red Dead Online. The former has seen an increase in engagement since the release of Cayo Perico Heist at the end of last year.

Rebekah Valentine is an IGN news reporter. You can find her on twitter @duckvalentine..

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