2K Games, the pub­lish­er of titles like Bor­der­lands, BioShock, NBA 2K, and more, is going to announce an “excit­ing” new title lat­er this month.

Man­age­ment made this infor­ma­tion known dur­ing Take-Two’s earn­ings report (2K’s par­ent com­pa­ny), that the project will be unveiled this month. “Lat­er this month, 2K will unveil details of anoth­er excit­ing new fran­chise planned for launch dur­ing this fis­cal year,” the com­pa­ny said.

As TheGamer remind­ed every­one, this will be 2K’s first new fran­chise since the fail­ure that was 2016’s Battleborn. 

Before E3, it was report­ed that XCOM devel­op­er Firax­is (which is part of 2K), was work­ing on a Mar­vel strat­e­gy game. How­ev­er, it’s unclear if this is the fran­chise that’s being announced. It could also pos­si­bly be a new title from for­mer Call of Duty boss Michael Con­drey. He is lead­ing a new 2K stu­dio that’s been report­ed to be mak­ing a mul­ti­play­er game. 

In oth­er news, Take-Two announced two of its “core immer­sive” titles have been delayed so the teams could spend more time on pol­ish­ing them. This delay is not due to COVID.