GTA: The next games will have no technical problems, unlike the Trilogy, Take-Two is safe

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Take-Two, at the company’s recent financial meeting, reassured investors about the quality of upcoming GTA gamesstating that the problems of the Trilogy will not be repeated.

We remember that Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy The Definitive Edition, which collects three old chapters of the saga in remaster / remake version, was released last November with a whole series of technical problems and even some documents (such as unlicensed music and developer notes) present in the PC version, which has been blocked temporarily to remove everything. Rockstar then apologized to GTA fans and promised a number of updates to improve the situation.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition

Take-Two however, he had to reassure not only fans but also investors, claiming to be “completely focused on quality in this case, we always want to deliver the highest possible quality to players. We very rarely fail and I think the trilogy is an example and that the game has been released with some issues. We have fixed some of them, but there are others to fix. Moving forward, we remain focused on quality and are extremely confident of our upcoming games. ”

Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two, also adds that “We have had very few quality problems in this company, so every time this has happened it has been an isolated case and our goal is to keep things that way.” The company is therefore confident that the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S versions of GTA 5, as well as the future GTA 6, will not have the same problems as the trilogy.

Despite the problems, GTA The Trilogy The Definitive Edition still sold 10 million copies. The saga is a notable success and the goal of GTA 6 is to sell more than 160 million copies.

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