The graphics in the game are already impressive, and Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick believes it will only get better. Zelnick said at the UBS Global TMT Virtual Conference (via Gamesindustry.biz) that he hopes to enable photorealism within the next 10 years.
“I’m not sure what that includes, but I think technology will allow creative people to do things they couldn’t do before. Live-action,” he said. “Some of what we’re doing right now is a lot like live-action, but it’s still an animation. Ten years later, do everything that looks completely real on your computer and don’t worry about it. There is an option to make it possible. Other advanced technologies will enable it. “
He also took a general optimistic view of the business side of the game, nodding that smartphones are widely owned as a factor influencing future business development. “I’m guessing [Take-Two’s] Businesses 10 years from now will look very different from today, just as they did 10 years ago when there was no mobile business or recurring consumer spending, “Zelnick commented.
As of May, Take-Two is reported to be developing 93 games. Take-Two and Rockstar haven’t officially stated that Grand Theft Auto 6 is in the ocean with a new title, but according to Kotaku’s April article, the game is probably under development. Fans hungry for the next GTA title are likely to have found the GTA 6 Teaser in the trailer for the new Grand Theft Auto Online.