In this interview with Take Two Interactive’s Strauss Zelnick, it is tantalizingly revealed that something is happening at this year’s E3:
With a number of new games, plus its eSports plans, 2016 is shaping up to be a far busier year for the teams at Take-Two. But could there be more? What about Red Dead Redemption 2? Or Ken Levine’s new project? Zelnick is tight lipped, but points towards E3 as an event to look forward to.
“We will be there in a big way,” he concludes.
This can only mean one thing, and that is: Table Tennis VR.
Well, but also, surely this means we’re going to hear something definitive about Red Dead Redemption 2. Right? There is no other existing Take Two-published property that is in greater demand. A remastered Bioshock Trilogy for current-gen consoles is inevitable. A new Borderlands is probable. And yeah, I’m sure we’ll hear something about Ken Levine’s new thing, though if it’s a small indie game made by a small team, I can’t imagine it’ll dominate their news cycle. XCOM 2 for PS4/XB1 makes sense. Civ Rev 2 for Vita is a thing that is supposedly still happening.
Listen, people: I want my Red Dead 2, and I want it now. Please and thank you.
Very pleased to see that Superhot is getting terrific reviews. Assuming the boy goes to bed at his usual time (and nothing is certain on that front anymore), I will be checking it out this very evening (presumably while my rental copy of Far Cry Primal installs on my PS4).