The company shared plans for upcoming projects.
During a Q4 and fiscal 2020 financial results call with investors, Take-Two president Karl Slatoff said that the company plans to release 93 new titles in the next five years. The number includes both internal labels and outside development studio partners.
The president described 63 of these titles as core experiences *including 15 platform extensions of existing titles). Also, the team plans to release 17 mid-core titles and 13 casual games.
He noted that 47 would present existing franchises and 46 would be based on new IP. 72 will be available for the console, PC, and streaming users. 67 would be paid games, and 26 would be free-to-play.
Slatoff also said that some games could, of course, be delayed or canceled, plus new games could also be added to the list.
Please note that the list doesn't include add-on or DLC content. For those of you wondering, core games are described as titles that are "engaging experiences, where you can play anywhere from five minutes to five hours at a time."
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