Rockstar Games, the developers famously responsible for Red Dead Redemption and the Grand Theft Auto franchise, are hard at work on “exciting future projects” according to the quarterly earnings report from their parent company, Take-Two Interactive. We have no official word on what these projects may be, but it’s become increasingly clear recently that a sequel to Red Dead Redemption is on its way.

“Looking ahead, we expect to grow Non-GAAP revenues and earnings in fiscal 2018, based on our robust development plan that extends well beyond the current fiscal year. Rockstar Games is of course hard at work on some exciting future projects that will be revealed soon.”
— Take-Two Interactive

It would appear based on this statement that Rockstar’s next game may not be ready to launch in 2017, but we’ll nevertheless see them announced in due time. The nearest landmark event in gaming news is E3, the gaming expo that takes place the week of June 12th this year, so we may see Rockstar ready to make their announcements then.

Source: Take-Two Interactive

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