Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of the likes of 2K Games and Rockstar Games, has confirmed it is working on three unannounced remasters of games they previously released.
Speaking as part of an investor presentation this week, the company listed three as yet unannounced “new iterations of previously released titles”.
These would sit alongside the upcoming PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of “Grand Theft Auto V” and “Kerbal Space Program” as well as a planned standalone version of “Grand Theft Auto Online”.
Take-Two has previously discussed an intention to continue creating remasters of past titles and these would be more than just ‘simple ports’ – rather proper remakes or remasters as the company did with the definitive editions of the “Mafia” trilogy last year.
Their franchises include the likes of “BioShock,” “Borderlands,” “Civilization,” “Grand Theft Auto,” “Mafia,” “Max Payne,” “Red Dead Redemption” and “XCOM”.
Naturally, the report has led to speculation online with arguably the most frequently cited title being a modern console and PC remake of “Red Dead Redemption” which remains locked to only 360 and PS3 consoles.
Others point to rumors earlier this year of “Grand Theft Auto 3” and spin-offs “Vice City” and “San Andreas” getting full remakes. Whatever the case, Take-Two has a very aggressive release schedule in place and back in May revealed they plan to release 62 games over the next three years.