Take-Two Interactive announced that it is working on “refreshed versions” of three of its previously published games. We already knew that Take-Two, which owns studios such as Rockstar Games, 2K and Private Division, is working on the PS5 and Xbox Series versions of Grand Theft Auto V and Kerbal Space Program2, as well as the standalone version of Grand Theft Auto Online.
“We don’t just port our games to different platforms, we spend time doing the best work to make the game look like it’s a new game using the new technologies of that platform,” said Strauss Zelnick, the firm’s CEO. Mafia: Trilogy, released in May 2020, is one of the most precious examples of this. The first game of the series was completely Remake, and the other two games were Remaster.
It is possible to make some predictions about what these three “unannounced” games might be.
Earlier this year, there were arguments for remakes for Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City, and San Andreas. Considering that Take-Two has recently closed some of the Grand Theft Auto 3 modes, it is highly likely that they are preparing for this game(s). Considering that Grand Theft Auto 6 is still 4-5 years old, it would not be a pity to see a new GTA game, even if it is from the old ones.