The words of the Codemasters acquisition indicate that Take-Two Interactive has the potential to expand its incredibly diverse portfolio soon. Take-Two mud And F1 A move that could be encouraged by publishers and Codemasters shareholders to accept. There is no final one at this time, but an internal statement from Take-Two and Codemasters suggests that such discussions could have positive consequences for each company.
Today, Codemasters publishes internal communications and has since been confirmed on the Video Games Chronicle. According to the publication, the Codemasters board of directors will advise shareholders to accept Take-Two’s offer in the event of a formal bid.
VGC also received a statement from Take-Two, which said Rockstar Games and 2K Games’ parent company, “The combination of Take-Two and Codemasters has integrated two world-class interactive entertainment portfolios into the racing genre of 2K and Codemasters.”
The statement further states: “Take-Two benefits Codemasters performance by leveraging Take-Two’s global distribution and 2K core operational expertise in publishing, including live operations, analytics, product development, brand and performance marketing.” I think we can bring it. “
Interestingly, both Take-Two and Codemasters are busy with recent acquisitions. A month ago, Take-Two’s subsidiary Rockstar Games confirmed its recent acquisition. Crackdown 2 Developer, Ruffian Games. Rockstar Dundee is currently in charge of the Scotland-based studio. At the end of last year, Codemasters purchased Slightly Mad Studios. Project CARS Franchise. The publisher has recently secured rights to the World Rally Championship (WRC) and has signed five contracts each year. WRC The game will be released between 2023 and 2027.
[Source: Codemasters, Take-Two Interactive via Video Games Chronicle]