03 May 2021 9:10 PM +00:00

What Could Take-Two Show at E3 2021?

Take-Two is one of the major publishers planning a showcase at the all-digital E3, and it’s also a publisher we’ve heard very little from since next-gen consoles released in late 2020.

Take-Two’s portfolio includes Rockstar Games and Private Division, meaning we could see something related to Grand Theft Auto, NBA 2K, or The Outer Worlds at E3 2021.

There’s plenty of so-far unannounced projects Private Division in particular is working on, and nearly a decade out from GTA V, it’s high time for news of some kind soon.

There are a number of other projects Take-Two could reveal at E3 2021, though the timing for many of them seems possibly too early.

Read more: GTA VI leaks: Everything we know

What Could Take-Two Show at E3 2021?

The problem is, there’s absolutely no indication what Take-Two might be planning.

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Will Take-Two reveal GTA VI at E3 2021?

Maybe, but it’s impossible to know for sure.

Despite all the numerous GTA VI leaks over the past few years, there’s been nothing concrete, and the likelihood of GTA VI’s release date being sometime before 2023 is slim.

One of Private Division’s teams is working on an ARPG project from Ori and the Blind Forest, while Armello developer League of Geeks is working on a new service game.

Kerbal Space Program 2 is also in the works, and now that The Outer Worlds: Murder on Eridanos is out, it’s possible there could be more Outer Worlds games on the horizon.

BioShock 4 is a thing, but it’s a recently announced thing.

We don’t expect much, if anything, about that at Take-Two’s E3 2021.

The TL;DR is Take-Two E3 2021 will likely be a big surprise.

Whether it’s a good surprise is something we’ll just have to wait and find out.

Read more: Everything we know about BioShock 4

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