During an earnings call on Wednesday, president Karl Slatoff said the titles are scheduled for release by Take-Two’s fiscal year 2025 which ends in March 2025.
“Of the 93 titles, 63 are core gaming experiences, including 15 platform extensions of existing titles,” he said. “17 are mid-core or arcade-style experiences and 13 titles are casual experiences. 47 of these 93 titles are from existing franchises and 46 are from new intellectual properties.
“In terms of platforms, 72 of the 93 titles are planned for console, PC and/or streaming, including seven that will also be available on mobile, and 21 are planned specifically for mobile.
“With respect to business models, 67 of the 93 are games that are required to be purchased and 26 are free-to-play.”
Slatoff added: “Note that these figures reflect a snapshot of our current pipeline as it stands today. It is likely that some of these title will not be developed to completion and we will undoubtedly be adding new titles to our slate.”
During a Q&A session following Take-Two’s prepared remarks, CEO Strauss Zelnick declined to confirm if the 93 upcoming titles include a new Grand Theft Auto game.
However, Slatoff said the release schedule includes games from all of the company’s publishing labels, including Rockstar.
Grand Theft Auto 6 is Rockstar’s next game but remains early in development, according to a recent report into working practices at the company.
Despite having many titles in development, Zelnick said on Wednesday that Take-Two’s current business year ending in March 2021 “will be a light new release year”.
Games scheduled for release this fiscal year include Mafia Trilogy for PS4, Xbox One and PC, XCOM 2 Collection, Borderlands Legendary Collection and BioShock: The Collection for Switch on May 29, The Outer Worlds for Switch on June 5, Disintegration for Xbox One, PS4 and PC on June 16, PGA Tour 2K21 for consoles, PC and Stadia on August 21, and WWE 2K Battlegrounds for unspecified platforms this fall.
Rockstar will also continue to support Grand Theft Auto Online and Red Dead Online with new content throughout the year.
Take-Two provided updated shipment figures for several key titles on Wednesday, including Grand Theft Auto V (130 million), Red Dead Redemption 2 (31 million), Borderlands 3 (10 million) and The Outer Worlds (2.5 million).