Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Grand Theft Auto V, is working on three unannounced new iterations of previously released titles. The company recently announced the news during an investor presentation published this week.
Take-Two first revealed it has six new iterations in the pipeline including Kerbal Space Program and Grand Theft Auto 5: Expanded and Enhanced for new-gen consoles, plus a standalone version of Grand Theft Auto Online. The remaining three have yet to be announced.
Earlier in March, the video game company announced its approach to remastering older titles and its efforts to differentiate itself from its competition in this area. Refusing to just port titles over, the company rather improves the technology, upgrade the visuals, and make performance enhancements.
The company was able to successfully remaster its Mafia series, and a much-awaited remastered version of GTA V is on its way for a release in the second half of 2021.
Whilst there are no news on what the three titles could be, fans are hoping for a Red Dead Redemption 2 or a BioShock remake. Until further announcements are made, fans will have to sit tight and wait.