The parent company of Rockstar Games, which also counts 2K and Private Division among its publishing labels, previously confirmed plans to bring an “expanded and enhanced” version of GTA V to next-gen consoles in the second half of 2021.
During a Q&A session on Take-Two’s first quarter earnings call on Monday, CEO Struss Zelnick said: “In terms of your question about other older titles being brought to next-gen consoles, we always leave those announcements to our labels, but I’m sure there will be more in the future.”
The next-gen version of GTA V promises “a range of technical improvements, visual upgrades, and performance enhancements”, while Grand Theft Auto Online will receive “additional content exclusive to the new consoles and PC”.
A new standalone version of Grand Theft Auto Online will also be available for free exclusively for PS5 players during the first three months.
Take-Two said on Monday that Grand Theft Auto 5 has now shipped nearly 135 million units, Red Dead Redemption 2 has shipped 32 million units, NBA 2K20 has shipped 14 million units, Borderlands 3 has shipped 10.5 million units, and The Outer Worlds has shipped 2.8 million units.