Take-Two Interactive, the holding company responsible for such studios as Rockstar Games, 2K, and Private Division, has announced via its financial report that it plans on releasing 8 'new iterations of previously released titles' over the course of FY2023 - FY2025. While the terminology itself is slightly vague, Take-Two does go to the trouble of providing a clear definition, stating that this comprises of 'ports and remasters'.
You can read the full report from Take-Two here, which also details a total of 24 planned 'immersive core' games in its lineup, along with 7 'mid-core' games, currently consisting solely of the sequel to Tales from the Borderlands.
Which ports or remasters might we be getting, though? We've already seen the likes of Bioshock: The Collection on Switch, along with the more recent (and heavily criticised) Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition. We also know that remakes of Max Payne and Max Payne 2 are in the works over at Remedy, but it's likely that these won't be coming to Switch (an eventual Switch 2 port, though..? Hmm!).
It's possible we could see Grand Theft Auto IV or Bully: Scholarship Edition on Switch, or maybe the likes of Mafia III or Borderlands 3 - who knows! Time will tell, but with a current release window going all the way to FY2025, it's likely we'll be waiting a while before we see the full line-up.
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