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Take-Two has "extraordinary pipeline" of next-gen titles
Posted: 14.05.2013 14:34 by Simon Priest Comments: 4
Strauss Zelnick of Take-Two assures us that their development studios are frothing at the mouth just as much as everybody elses' for the next generation hardware, and IP is already in the works.

He teases "groundbreaking new" IP as well as "releases from our proven franchises" are being worked on. What IP sequels could be among the first to go next-gen?

Hopefully Rockstar Games has been holding back the likes of Agent for PlayStation 4, as well as that long rumoured production on Bully 2.

"We also have an extraordinary pipeline of titles in development for next-generation platforms," said Zelnick, "including groundbreaking new intellectual property and releases from our proven franchises. As a result, our current outlook is to be profitable on a non-GAAP basis in fiscal 2015 and for the foreseeable future."

All this talk comes from Take-Two's latest investor call which saw the publisher enjoy $1.2bn in revenue for FY2013. Unfortunately we won't get a peek at anything for quite a while, and certainly not at E3 in June.
Source: NowGamer
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Comments

By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on May 14, 2013
SirRoderick
Well they certainly seem healthy right now, glad they are takin some chance on new IP though, always nice to see something fresh from one of the big guys.
By Voqar (SI Core Member) on May 14, 2013
Voqar
Is this really PC gaming news? PCs are always in a state of next gen. Pretty sure the dude is referring to consoles, so, who gives a rat's tuckus? I guess it impacts PC gaming in that the crappy console ports we get will be a little less crappy for a while for graphics. Whoopee. Still have to put up with lesser gameplay since consoles still use controllers, screwy UIs since consoles are still consoles, and dumbed down gameplay since if the people were capable they'd be using PCs instead of toys.
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on May 14, 2013
SirRoderick
Ehhh...where did it say PC gaming news exactly?

It's perfectly fine to prefer PCs to consoles, I do my self. It makes no sense however to judge what other people prefer to be inferior. PC games has been in an extremely productive period and I hardly think you've been left wanting for much, so why be bothered that console gamers will be getting an upgrade?
By HenoKutus (SI Elite) on May 14, 2013
HenoKutus
They are both great in their own way,but still prefer the consoles for gaming though.