Mafia 3 Studio, 2K Silicon Valley Working On Unannounced Games
Take-Two promises we'll find out more "in the coming months."
As part of Take-Two's latest earnings report, the publisher revealed that two of its studios have been working on unannounced games that we'll be hearing more about "in the coming months."
The first is from developer Hanger 13, the team behind 2016's Mafia III. Take-Two president Karl Slatoff wouldn't say what exactly the project is, only that we'll be finding out at some point later this year.
The other project we'll soon discover more about is from 2K Silicon Valley. The studio was only established a year ago and doesn't have an official name yet, but the team, led by Sledgehammer co-founder Michael Condrey, has already been cooking up something.
Take-Two also reiterated during the earnings report that the newly founded Cloud Chamber Studio is very early in the development of a new BioShock game, noting that it's still years away. The rest of the news out of the call revolves around Take-Two's finances, with Grand Theft Auto V reaching a new sales milestone, Rockstar Games being in a position that's "never been stronger," despite the looming departure of co-founder and writer Dan Houser, and The Outer Worlds selling two million copies.
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