- Take-Two Interactive aims to release 93 games by the end of 2025;
- The number includes 67 major titles;
- It may also include refreshed versions of already released games.
The first time Take-Two Interactive mentioned its publishing plan was back in 2020. Within five years, the company intends to release 93 productions. This number has not changed after a year since the announcement, but the type of titles included in this pool is different. Originally, the company intended to release 63 games described as "core experiences", or game that provide the highest standard. In addition, 17 mid-range titles and 12 casual titles were planned, which most likely means mobile games.
Since then, the company's plans have partially changed. It seems that the company has abandoned the games representing the middle category. Instead, as many as 67 of the games are to be major titles, and 23 are mobile games. More detailed information was also provided. 26 titles will be based on the free-to-play model. 47 of all planned titles will expand existing IPs. It is possible that this number includes new editions of games such as Grand Theft Auto V or Borderlands 3. The company, however, did not share new information on what specific titles we can expect. The publisher only expressed confidence that the plan is not in jeopardy.
Take-Two Interactive is one of the leading video game developers and publishers in the United States. Currently, the company owns 2K, Rockstar and Private Division. Among the brands that Take-Two owns, therefore, are series such as Grand Theft Auto, Civilization and Mafia.