Grand Theft Auto Remasters Become More Likely as Take-Two Describe Demand as “Great”

Grand Theft Auto has long had a strong following. But none more so than Grand Theft Auto V, which has now sold more than 140 million copies since its release. So, it should come as no surprise to hear that a sequel to this stalwart of a game is currently unlikely – as Rockstar Games continue to reap from what they’ve sown. But fans have a solution to this stalemate: they are calling for remasters of older games to be released instead. And those requests haven’t gone unheard by those who can make it happen.

So, as Take-Two acknowledge that an audience exists for such a re-release, could we really be playing Grand Theft Auto IV again before VI? Never say never.

You see, in these difficult times, companies are probably more open than ever to reusing past projects. That’s because teams can’t work together in the same building, never mind the same room, meaning the making of new games is a juggling act to say the least. It’s why we’re seeing so many delays – even with some of the biggest games to come. And why we’re also seeing so many issues at launch, though it obviously doesn’t explain them all. But that also means the entire Grand Theft Auto back catalogue is probably on the table.

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Something that would be a welcomed change from just another release of Grand Theft Auto V…

This assumption is strengthened by recent comments from Take-Two themselves, who described the demand as both “encouraging” and “great“. However, they were also quick to point out that any decision lies with Rockstar themselves, stating “any updates on our release schedule will come from Rockstar Games”. Still, they are aware that the demand is there – from new players as much as those of old – so watch this space, I say. After all, they’d be daft to ignore such a lucrative opportunity…

Source: GamesRadar

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