In a rather large release on the studio’s website, Take-Two Interactive went into detail on some results from fiscal 2016 (which ended on March 31, 2016), and provided an outlook on the upcoming fiscal year 2017.
Much of the release deals with financial details, outlining how Take-Two profits have grown consecutively for 3 fiscal years. “Fiscal 2016 marked the third consecutive year of stronger-than-expected Non-GAAP revenues and profits for Take-Two,” reads the release.
The release also goes into detail on current and future projects, as well as upcoming DLC. Games mentioned in the release include Grand Theft Auto V, Grand Theft Auto Online, WWE 2K16, XCOM 2 and Mafia 3, among others.
Take-Two also went into detail on some of their plans and early results for 2017, outlining how their new I.P., Battleborn is boosting their results:
Fiscal 2017 is poised to be another strong year for Take-Two, with anticipated Non-GAAP earnings in excess of $1.00 per share. Our diverse lineup includes the new intellectual property Battleborn, which we released earlier this month, and the eagerly anticipated upcoming launches of Mafia III, Sid Meier’s Civilization VI, NBA 2K17 and WWE 2K17.
Take-Two Interactive oversees parts of both Rockstar and 2K studios, making them one of the largest, most powerful companies in the industry. Fans are chomping at the bit for any news on a potential Rockstar project, and Take-Two gave us just that:
Rockstar Games also is hard at work on some exciting future projects that will be revealed soon.
It appears Rockstar may debut a new project at this year’s E3. Many fans are theorizing that the game in question may be a new title in the Red Dead franchise, which saw its last title with Red Dead Redemption in 2010.