Take-Two will look to bring its core gaming franchises to smartphones and tablets; claiming it has a long line of unannounced games as well.
Speaking at the Wedbush Transformational Technologies Management Access Conference, COO Karl Slatoff touched on the publisher’s mobile strategy going forward.
"As long as technology continues to evolve, we fully intend to bring our most highly immersive new products to smartphones and tablets, assuming the platform can handle it," Slatoff said.
Slatoff added that the mobile market will allow the firm’s developers to integrate mobile and console games through "companion apps" integrated or related to console title counterparts.
The executive also stated that Take-Two has an “extensive pipeline” of yet to be revealed titles, making mention of Borderlands, Read Dead, Mafia, Max Payne, and L.A. Noire.
“Looking beyond 2013, with Grand Theft Auto V launching on September 17, fiscal 2014 should be one of the best years ever for the company with substantial revenue and earnings growth. And we also have an extensive pipeline of unannounced titles in development which you are going to hear about in the future months.”
Take-Two reported revenue of $415m last quarter, nearly twice as much compared to the same period one year prior.