Is Take-Two Referring To Grand Theft Auto VI’s Launch Window?

When the publisher mentions the release of “several groundbreaking titles” and adds when we can expect them, we almost immediately think that one will be the next Grand Theft Auto…


Take-Two Interactive has released its latest financial earnings report, and in it, it highlights that we can expect what it calls “groundbreaking” games in the 2025 financial year. It will run from April 1, 2024, to March 31, 2025. According to Take-Two, these games will “set a new standard in the gaming industry” and expects to make net bookings of more than $8 billion from them. It strongly suggests that Grand Theft Auto VI will be one of them, and we don’t yet know when we can expect its release…

“Fiscal 2025 is a highly anticipated year for our company. For the last several years, we have been preparing our business to release an incredibly robust pipeline of projects to take our company to greater success. In fiscal 2025, we expect to enter this new era by launching several groundbreaking titles that we believe will set new standards in our industry and enable us to achieve over $8 billion in net bookings and over $1 billion in adjusted unrestricted operating cash flow. We expect to sustain this momentum by delivering additional growth in our operating results in fiscal 2026 and beyond.,” according to a Take-Two press release.

As the company remains optimistic for fiscal 2026, it’s almost sure that Grand Theft Auto VI, and a new Grand Theft Auto Online alongside it, will be the driving force (but that means the current GTAO is slowly heading into its sunset, as it will be ten years since its launch on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in the fall). IGN reported that the net bookings for the previous business name were a record ($5.3 billion), and that was partly due to Zynga. The publisher absorbed the company in July. Before that, it was 3 billion and slowly rising.

Then we await more details on Grand Theft Auto VI…

Source: Gematsu

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