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Throughout Take-Two’s fiscal conference call for the fiscal year ended on March 31st, President Karl Slatoff talked about the game’so plans for E3 2018.

To be more exact, he talked about Take-two’s lack of plans for E3, at least what concerns new games. Slatoff confirmed the publisher, which includes 2K Games and Rockstar Games, isn’t planning to demonstrate any new games at the show in Los Angeles.

This comes just following the firm disclosed a “highly-anticipated name from among 2K’s main franchises” was postponed to fiscal year 2020, meaning involving April 1st, 2019 and March 31st, 2020. Whether this is accurate or not, then it’s unknown if the firm planned to reveal the game at E3 before the delay or perhaps not.

If you’re interested in reading more about Take-Two’s financial functionality, you may also read now’s dedicated article.

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