Take-Two admits losing Codemasters to EA was “disappointing”

By Rodolfo León 0 COMMENTS 02/18/2021 5:25 pm

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Originally, it was Take-Two who was going to buy Codemasters, but after a much better offer from EA, these British developers could not resist. Given this, TakeTwo he claims to feel “disappointed”, in addition to confirming that they are still looking for new acquisitions.

Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two, talked about how he lost the acquisition to EA, but at the same time, stated that this positively reflects the principles of the company:

“We lost the Codemasters deal to EA. That was disappointing but reflects our discipline in this regard. So, there is a lot going on. “

Zelnick He also spoke about possible new acquisitions, but ensures that an extensive planning process must be carried out first:

“We have not yet bought a study that does not work for us. We are always looking for great teams, with great intellectual properties. We will continue to do so and at times we will take an aggressive stance, but we must also do it tactically and strategically. ”

Additionally, it was revealed that Take-Two it had 93 games in development, which they hope to release within the next five years.


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