While talking about new upcoming games, the developers promise us more and more content for us to enjoy. This time, Take-Two Interactive is spreading the word that it wants to make the next episodes of GTA and Red Dead Redemption smaller. Accordingly, GTA 6 and Red Dead Redemption 3 would also come with shorter gameplay when they launch. But there’s good news behind this announcement.
It seems that there is a logical explication, as the games will be able to deliver regular content after launch. So, Take-Two Interactive will release the next installments in the franchises we mentioned faster than others as the games won’t have the vast number of hours of gameplay we are all used to with a new release. If we think about this, it’s a bonus because we won’t have to wait for like an eternity to play our favorite games.
GTA 6 and Red Dead Redemption 3 Would Be Shorter Installments, Promoting For Faster Releases Of The Future Episodes
The developers will have “the ability to deliver content on an ongoing basis for a long time after an initial release of a hit,” according to Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick. We are so okay with that, as long as you keep the games running! It’s possible that Zelnick heard us when we said that we wouldn’t have to wait for an eternity for a new launch, because in a speech for GamesIndustry, he seems to be on the same page with us and wants to shrink the time between two releases. Put your plan in motion, master!
Take-Two, in the near-by future, will make the teams bigger and will invest more in them, and if the developers choose to make the games smaller than the ones before, to spare us from the terror of waiting, they have all of our respect. With not hearing anything about the release of Red Dead Redemption 3, we will have to be pleased if we will get the new episode from the series at the end of the next-generation consoles’ lifespan. The same thing is happening with GTA 6 – we only have rumors that it is working progress and it is possible when launched, to have it on PlayStation 5, Xbox Scarlett, and later on PC.
Steff Haines is a reporter for Swerd Media. After graduating from American River College, Steff got an internship at NPR and worked as a beat reporter for the Los Angeles Kings. Steff was also was a columnist for the Huff Post. Steff mostly covers entertainment and community events in the Sacramento area.