Take-Two anticipates releasing 62 games by 2024, and we have a few suggestions about what they might be.

Here’s what we truly think Take-Two is functioning on. We would have better be right about XCOM 3.

On Tuesday, Take-Two held its spring quarterly earnings call, bringing another fiscal year to a close with a casual five million extra copies of GTA 5. Take-Two reiterated that new versions of GTA 5 are coming to the next consoles, but it didn’t say something about when we can expect GTA 6. Nevertheless, the company did provide a surprisingly detailed chart of the genres of games that will be set to release within the next three years.

Take-Two split its fiscal year release calendars for 2022, 2023, and 2024 into five categories: “immersive core” and “mid-core” games, mobile, independent games published by Private Division, and re-releases of existing games. It aims to start releasing 62 games by March 2024, when the fiscal year 2024 confirms.

Only a few of the games have been announced, but Take-Two has offered some extra information, including how many F2P games, “sports simulation” and “sports-oriented” games it has planned. We whereupon filled in the missing pieces with our expert predictions of what Take-Two is open to (though we skipped over the 20 planned mobile games). Let’s all come together within 2024 to celebrate this post’s ranking.

Fiscal season 2022 (Actual dates: April 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022) Fiscal season 2022 (Actual dates: April 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022)

  1. Ken Levine’s puzzling nemesis system game
  2. Firaxis’s new strategy franchise
  3. WWE 2K22
  4. NBA 2K22


  1. World of Olli Olli (stated by taking Two)

Reworks of previously released titles

  1. Grand Theft Auto 5 for Ps4 5/XSX
  2. Red Dead Redemption 2 for Ps4 5/XSX
  3. Theft Auto III: 20th Anniversary Edition
  4. Borderlands 2 for Ps4 5/XSX
  5. Mafia: Definitive Edition for Ps4 5/XSX
  6. Redux PGA Tour 2K21

Fiscal season 2023/2024 (Actual dates: April 1, 2022 – March 31, 2024)
Core Participation

  1. Grand Theft Auto 6 (hello, it’s a chance)
  2. Borderlands: The Game and the Movie (or some other spin-off)
  3. BioShock IV
  4. XCOM 3
  5. Civilization 7: Surprise, it’s now a fun application.
  6. Duke Nukem Forever is forced to cancel.
  7. Brothers in Arms has emerged as a dynamic F2P shooter.
  8. Mafia 4 has now robots.
  9. second Kerbal Space Program
  10. Max Payne rerelease (he’s still depressed)
  11. While we’re on the topic of The Darkness 3,
  12. Hopefully, something unusual, as there are a lot of sequels.
  13. The official Marbella 1 racing gameplay (F2P, naturally)
  14. WWE 2K24
  15. 2K23 PGA Tour
  16. 2K24 PGA Tour
  17. NBA 2K23
  18. NBA 2K24
  19. Some free fitness game about… curling? We’re only spitballing about.


  1. The 2nd Outer Worlds
  2. An action RPG from Moon Studios
  3. Carmello is a League of Geeks online multiplayer kart game.
  4. Galaxy OlliOlli
  5. A game inside the Private Division that makes us say, “Oh, neat!”


  1. 2K Battlegrounds WWE
  2. 2K NFL License Plate frame Blitz
  3. third NBA Playgrounds
  4. Pirates! of Penzance by Sid Meier

Reworks of previously released titles

  1. Bully Remake because they are able to fully make a new one for some reason.
  2. A remake of Red Dead Redemption (boring, but cool)
  3. Golden Jubilee Edition of BioShock Infinite

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