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.