The quarterly reports for April - June keep coming in and late yesterday, it was time for Take-Two to present their report. They had a lot of interesting stuff to share, like the fact that no less than 75% of their net revenue comes from "recurrent consumer spending", which is a fancier way of saying loot boxes, micro transactions and virtual currency.
Expect more games to become free-to-play or have similar strategies, as such a small piece actually comes from selling video games these days. But during the Earnings Call, Grand Theft Auto VI was also mentioned by the Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick, who said:
"Development is well underway, they're (Rockstar) determined to set creative benchmarks for the series, industry and entertainment."
While this most certainly isn't a confirmation that the game will be released or even shown fairly soon, it might still be a sign that Grand Theft Auto VI isn't as far off as some rumours have claimed.