Take-Two Confirms 3 Unannounced Remasters In Development

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This past week, publisher and holding company for numerous franchises Take-Two Interactive confirmed work on several remaster projects, three of which having yet to be unannounced. The reveal happened in a rather low-key manner as part of the company’s latest Q1 2022 earnings call (H/T ResetEra), which listed several upcoming projects in the publisher’s pipeline. Among the bunch, the presentation featured a listing for “three unannounced” games based on “new iterations of previously released titles.”

The Take-Two announcement may have been on the subdued side, but other projects placed in the same category are decidedly mighty in profile. They include the previously-announced Grand Theft Auto 5: Expanded and Enhanced, a new standalone version of GTA Online, as well as the planned release of Kerbal Space Program for next-gen systems. While it’s anyone’s guess as to what the remaining “three unannounced” games might be, it would certainly be easy to speculate considering the wide range of IPs in the belt of Take-Two.

Looking at the games listed above, it appears possible these unannounced games might simply be next-gen ports for relatively new releases like Red Dead Redemption 2 or last year’s Mafia remake. However, while definitely not as probable, Take-Two could also take this opportunity to remaster or re-release a title lost to the past. Considering games like Bully, Manhunt, and Max Payne have each gone years without a resurgence, perhaps one of these Rockstar titles could be coming back — especially as Max Payne just recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.

What do you think? Are you excited about what these “three unannounced” remasters could mean, or do you feel that whatever Take-Two reveals might ultimately disappoint? Which Take-Two game would you like to see remade or remastered? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more remake/remaster headlines recently featured on DFTG, check out these next few news stories:

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