In the latest financial report, in addition to boasting about the sales results of the titles from Rockstar Games, the third installment of the Borderlands series and The Outer Worlds, Take-Two Interactive also mentioned its plans for the future. In the next few months the publisher plans to announce a new game from Hangar 13 (responsible for developing Mafia III). We would like to remind that on August 2, 2019, Take-Two Interactive registered a trademark in the US Patent and Trademark Office, relating to the Mafia series, which could mean that the company is working on a new installment of the franchise.
In the coming months we should also find out what 2K Silicon Valley - a new studio led by Michael Condrey, co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, with titles such as Dead Space and Call of Duty: WWII under its belt, is working on.
Mafia III, the previous game from Hangar 13, was released on October 7, 2016 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Despite a good start, the title sold out below the publisher's expectations - probably due to average ratings in reviews and technical issues occurring mainly on PC.