As part of its quarterly earnings report, Take-Two Interactive discussed its upcoming release schedule. While most of the report covered old ground--such as the impending release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for the PC and Midnight Club 2 for the PS2, PC, and Xbox--the company also discussed some of its future plans for game development.
Over the next 18 months, Take-Two's Rockstar Games label will be releasing new products called Manhunt and The Warriors, the latter of which will be based on the 1979 movie of the same name. No platform info was given for either product. Gathering of Developers will be producing PC sequels to Hidden & Dangerous, Railroad Tycoon, and Serious Sam over that time frame. The company's newest label, Gotham Games, will be responsible for Mafia on the PS2 and Xbox, a sequel to its squad-based action game Conflict: Desert Storm, The Great Escape, and the upcoming MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch.
We'll have more on these titles as information becomes available.