Publisher Take-Two Interactive has more than 10 games in development for next-generation platforms, executives said during an investor call today, with multiple unannounced titles expected to be released during the company's next fiscal year.
Currently, Take-Two has only one announced game planned for release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, basketball simulation NBA 2K14.
"We're highly enthusiastic about the opportunities presented by next-generation consoles which are launching in November," Take-Two chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick said during the call. "We have a robust development pipeline of new intellectual properties and offerings from our proven franchises, including multiple unannounced titles planned for release during fiscal 2015."
Take-Two president Karl Slatoff named one of those titles slated for next-gen, Turtle Rock Studios' shooter Evolve, which was acquired from bankrupt publisher THQ earlier this year. Slatoff also confirmed that the Bay Area studio headed by Rod Fergusson, formerly of Epic Games and Irrational Games, is working on "an exciting next-generation title."
Presumably, Take-Two will also release next-gen updates to established annual franchises, like WWE and NBA, next year. On the possibility of Grand Theft Auto 5 coming to next-gen platforms, executives commented there was "nothing to say there," and "we haven't discussed any GTA plans for the next-generation."
Take-Two's next fiscal year begins Apr. 1, 2014 and ends March 31, 2015.