We all know that the next-gen PS5 gaming event kicked off with Grand Theft Auto 5, a game that is nearly seven years old, and was originally released on last-gen hardware.
While it might seem like a strange move, it has consistently been sat in the top 10 best selling games of the month for nearly all of that time.
That means it's pretty much guaranteed to be easy money for Rockstar and Take-Two.
It makes perfect sense then, that there could well be more older games on the way.
There could be more than just GTA 5
Well, as reported on by Twinfinite. There could be more games on the way.
Strauss Zelnick, the Chief Executive Officer was asked whether or not more of the company's back catalogue could see new life on the new consoles.
"In terms of your question about other older titles being brought to next-gen consoles, we always leave those announcements to our labels, but I’m sure there’ll be more in the future."
While this isn't that big of a surprise, after all, companies tend to quite like making money, it does make you wonder what other games could find their way onto the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
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What other games could Take-Two put on PS5 and Xbox Series X
There are plenty of choices from their huge library of games to consider here. Probably the most natural one is Red Dead Redemption 2, which, thanks to Red Dead Online, would be sure to garner a lot of attention on the next-gen consoles.
There are also games like the Borderlands series, which could conceivably be chucked into a little quadrilogy and then released as a package, and the Xcom games.
That's not even considering Civilisation 6, the Bioshock games, and even smaller titles like Kerbal Space Program.
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