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Given that Red Dead Redemption sold a little over 13 million copies, fans have always been sure that the franchise will make a comeback. Thanks to quotes from GameSpot, we can now finally confirm that the publisher, Take Two, has plans for another Red Dead game.
"I pretty much know the ones that I can assure you are permanent. It's obvious that GTA is a permanent franchise as long as we keep delivering this incredible quality; it seems quite obvious that Red Dead is a permanent franchise, again with the same caveat, or Borderlands, for example, and NBA and others," Zelnick added.
"But not everything is going to be a permanent franchise. We can do very well even if it's not. I would like to see us grow with a couple more great franchises in the next couple years and we're launching Evolve; we have very high hopes for that."
And what about BioShock? Will we see more games from that franchise? GameInformer says that the company has affirmed its commitment to BioShock.
Zelnick said, "We haven't given any colour on how you should think about it yet except we do believe it's beloved; we think it's important [and] certainly something that we're focused on; something 2K Marin will be responsible for shepherding going forward. I don't want to say much else except to agree with you. I think there's a lot of upside in that franchise."