Tuesday, 22 May 2012 03:39
Games - Games
|← XCOM: Enemy Unknown Release Date Revealed, Plus Pre-Order Bonuses||A Payne to End All Pains: Max Payne 3 Verdict â€” The Hype →|
Those of us who are paying close attention to Rockstar Games, Take Two, and the development of Grand Theft Auto V have good reason to keep our eyes and ears tuned to Take Two's conference call tomorrow.
The next fiscal year is about to begin, and with it, Take Two will announce its stock price forecasts for fiscal 2013, which has already begun. It ends in March 2013.
The fact of the matter is that if Take Two's CEO Strauss Zelnick forecasts a $2 (or greater) share price, then there's a good chance Grand Theft Auto V will come out this year. If he forecasts a figure lower than $2, then there won't be any GTA V until next year.
It's easy to see this as an indicator of the publisher's release plans for GTA V as they've pushed back the release of Bioshock Infinite (which would've certainly bumped up their share prices, were they releasing it this year) and there's nothing else on their portfolio that can get share prices up as much as the release of GTA V this year.
We'll see how things go when they announce their forecasts tomorrow.
Source: GameranxQuote this article on your site
To create link towards this article on your website,
copy and paste the text below in your page.
Those of us who are paying close attention to Rockstar Games, Take Two, and the development of Grand Theft Auto V have good reason to keep our eyes and ears tuned to Take Two's conference...
© 2013 - Screen Rave
|< Previous||Next >|
- Gran Turismo 6 Spotted on Sony Employee CV
- Max Payne 3 Glitches: Zombies, GTA Free Roam & More
- IMDB Lists Mario & Voice Actor for Sony PlayStation All-Stars Brawler
- Minecraft Will Soon Get Trading and Currency Systems
- XCOM: Enemy Unknown Release Date Revealed, Plus Pre-Order Bonuses
- A Payne to End All Pains: Max Payne 3 Verdict â€” The Hype
- Borderlands 2: Revamped Inventory, Health Kits Drop in the Middle of Battle
- Diablic Scorecard - Why Some Games are Immune to the Metacritic Blackhole
- Bungie's Destiny, Sci-Fi Online FPS Franchise Revealed
- Curt Schilling Confirms Layoffs from 38 Studios