Rockstar Games releasing new-gen project by March 2015

2K promises "large presence" at next month's E3.

Rockstar Games

Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead developer Rockstar Games is working on a new game for new generation consoles, Take-Two said during its fourth quarter 2014 earnings call.

“We’re excited about what [Rockstar] have in store for the new generation of systems this fiscal year,” Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick said.

Later on, the company said Rockstar is “hard at work on their line-up” and that there is “news to come.”

Take-Two’s fiscal year ends in March 2015.

When asked if Rockstar would attend E3 next month, Take-Two said Rockstar has not yet announced whether or not it would exhibit the expo.

Additionally, the company announced that WWE 2K15, which will be the first title in the series on new generation consoles, will not be developed by Yuke’s, but by Visual Concepts. For WWE 2K14, the first title in the series released under 2K Games, the game was developed cooperatively between both studios.

Take-Two also said 2K Games will have a “large presence” at E3 and show “many” of their upcoming games. It confirmed it has over ten new generation games in development.

More information about fiscal 2015 releases are planned for the upcoming months.

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