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Started by Commander Fuckass, October 18, 2016, 09:10:15 AM
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Quote from: http://comicbook.com/gaming/2018/07/06/take-two-interactive-ceo-talks-red-dead-online-battle-royale-fornite/Still, while Take-Two still believes in creating exemplary single-player experiences, its next release, Red Dead Redemption 2, will follow a similar template of its most successful game of all time, which is also its most recent release, Grand Theft Auto V. Thus, naturally, there will be a long revenue tail after release, but at the moment, monetizing that tail as Rockstar finishes the game isn't a chief concern."We have Red Dead Online coming, and Rockstar’s announced that, so clearly that’s intended to be an expression of ongoing engagement after the initial sale. What we haven’t talked about is any path to monetization because it’s just not our primary concern. Our primary concern is keeping consumers engaged.”Zelnick also talked about another industry trend: battle-royale. At the moment, battle-royale hasn't been unveiled for the game, though previous leaks suggests there is at least a mode akin to the sub-genre within. However, the CEO believes jumping on the battle-royale bandwagon 'just cause,' is a bad thing to do.“We’ve used battle royale mechanics before. I wouldn’t rule it out, but any mechanic you use would want to be in service of the core entertainment experience, and would be consumer-focused.”The CEO continued, talking about Fortnite.
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