A GTA HD Collection is Possible, Take-Two Says


As Halo gamers prepare to dig into the Master Chief Collection, Xbox 360 players have a new HD GTA: San Andreas to explore, and new HD versions of old games seem to get announced on a regular basis, Take-Two Interactive is not ruling out repackaging the previous GTA games in one big HD Box.

When asked if Take-Two, the parent company of Rockstar Games, would be doing something like the Master Chief Collection during a recent investor call, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick left the possibility open, GameSpot reports.

“In any given year we and our key competitors launch new intellectual properties and new iterations of older properties. And occasionally, when we see a platform shift, we will take an old property and create an iteration of that in a very similar form for next-gen. And we wouldn’t rule anything out. That would be driven by the market opportunity that we perceive, and the potential for delivering a quality release. And that would be very much something that also would be driven by the passion of our labels (Rockstar and 2K). It would not be something that we would mandate to our labels. Our labels are driven by the desire to delight consumers and pursue their creative passions, and that’s been a formula that’s worked extraordinarily well for this company for the past seven years, So we don’t have a policy answer to it, except our job around here is to make sure that consumers are thrilled; to deliver the very best titles in the marketplace and to make sure that for the top creative talent industry that this is the number one place to work,” Zelnick said.

Zelnick also told investors that the PC port of Grand Theft Auto V had been moved to January 27 to give it a little more development time to make sure the game was as good as it could be.


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