Take-Two Interactive is one of the world's biggest publishers of video games thanks to its ownership of Rockstar and 2K Games, and owns some of the biggest properties in the business - including Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption.
The company has supported Switch during its first year with the likes of L.A. Noire, NBA 2K18 and WWE 2K18, and it is clear that its continued support is going to be important for Nintendo's machine in 2018 and beyond.
During its latest financial call, Take-Two president Karl Slatoff was quizzed about the future Switch projects, including the inevitable question of when Grand Theft Auto V is coming to the system.
In terms of bringing other titles to Switch, obviously we’ve done a few titles already. We’ve done NBA, WWE, L.A. Noire. We look at this like any other platform opportunity to the extent that we look at our development costs, is the game right for the platform, what does the audience look like, what’s the install base? So when we do believe that there’s an opportunity to do something on Switch, then you’ll hear from the labels. We are impressed with the growth, we’re impressed with the units that have been sold into the market so far, so we’re very sanguine at this point, but we’ve nothing more to announce specifically at this point.
"Nothing to announce" doesn't mean Take-Two isn't working on any Switch projects, of course. Publishers sit on announcements all the time, choosing to reveal them at a point which suits their marketing strategy. It's almost a given that Take-Two - via Rockstar and 2K Games - will have Switch projects in development, but we may not hear about them until E3 this year.
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