Take-Two, the par­ent com­pa­ny of Rock­star Games and 2K Games, has delayed two of its upcom­ing “core immer­sive” titles. The com­pa­ny announced these delays as part of its lat­est earn­ings report, and the mys­tery title will now be released lat­er in fis­cal 2022. 

Although Take-Two did not divulge on what these games were, we can def­i­nite­ly guess. One of these could be the unan­nounced 2K Games BioShock title, but this isn’t con­firmed of course. Mean­while it’s unclear what the oth­er game could pos­si­bly be.

Dur­ing the com­pa­ny’s earn­ings call, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zel­nick said he does­n’t expect any more of their announced titled to be delayed. Zel­nick also con­firmed that the titles were delayed so the devel­op­ment teams could spend time pol­ish­ing them. He went on to add that the delay was not relat­ed to COVID; he also point­ed out the teams have been work­ing at home effi­cient­ly dur­ing the pandemic.

Take-Two’s earn­ings report also revealed that GTA V has shipped 150 mil­lion copies, while GTA Online con­tin­ues to set records ahead of GTA V’s launch on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S in November.