Take-Two Interactive hints at working on Grand Theft Auto 5 remaster

Take-Two Interactive affirms developing a modest bunch of remasters and remakes, including 3 unannounced titles.

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Take-Two Interactive confirms working on 6 remakes and remasters

During an earnings report that was published this week, Take-Two Interactive confirmed the remakes of several titles, and extremely observant fans noticed a small bunch of promising-sounding elements hidden away in the investment presentation. 

Currently, fans have a lot to anticipate, be it 2K Games releasing another venture later in the year or Tiny Tina's Wonderlands getting a delivery window. However, one little detail saved on a slide might have sneaked by the radar. 

Apparently, the organization has six remasters and remakes ready to go, or rather "new iterations of past titles." Some of these remakes and remaster are already known to the fans, specifically the Kerbal Space Program for next-gen consoles, the new versions of Grand Theft Auto 5, and an independent rendition of Grand Theft Auto Online. 

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However, Take-Two Interactive is holding its assets away from plain view as the three of these "recently iterated" titles are still unknown and it is difficult to know for certain what's coming up for the fans as no data has been revealed about which of the subdivisions may be behind these games. Yet, a few fans have rushed to theorize which series may be getting the remaster or remake. 

Players are taking a guess on a potential remaster of Red Dead Redemption 2, however, others contend that only far too early for Red Dead Redemption 2 to get a remake as it was only released 3 years back.

Fans are likewise guessing that the primary Red Dead Redemption, 20th-anniversary returning of the Max Payne series, or even the 3D Grand Theft Auto games can probably get a remaster for themselves.

Earlier back in May 2020, Mafia: Trilogy, an assortment of remasters and a remake was released and presently, Rockstar is outfitting to bring a Grand Theft Auto 5 remaster to Xbox Series X|S and PS5 in the second half of 2021.

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However, whatever forthcoming games Take-Two may have available for its fans, they're probably not going to come to Xbox Game Pass any time soon as, during the investment presentation, Chief Strauss Zelnick uncovered that he felt that subscription services such as Game Pass weren't a solid match for what he named the organization's "frontline titles" such Red Dead Redemption 2 and Grand Theft Auto 5.

In any case, Zelnick expressed that the organization viewed itself as "liberal" about the thought, and there are contentions to be made about how Take-Two should reevaluate its Xbox Game Pass incredulity. 

Yet with everything being said, with all the six new remasters and remakes in progress, it could be an ideal chance to bring in some recently polished games into the subscription service from days passed by to another crowd who probably didn't have the chance to play them in the very first run through around.

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However, we will have to wait and see what the company eventually decides for the fate of subscription services for these 6 new remakes and remasters. 

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