The umbrella company has also benefited from the GTA trilogy's appearance on Netflix, so it won't be shy about future partnership deals at all.
At first we couldn't believe it when news broke last year that Netflix would be partnering with Take-Two to make Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition available on its mobile gaming platform, then in mid-December it became a reality and subscribers were free to play the game. . If it's not enough that the three popular games from the GTA series are offered almost for free on top of an existing Netflix subscription, it's worth noting that the mobile version of the remaster is largely free of the bugs that have plagued the PC version to this day.
According to Netflix data, game downloads have skyrocketed as a result of the trilogy, and the streaming service provider was certainly able to put on a good show for Take-Two as well. This is supported by Strauss-Zelnick's statement that They would like to make similar agreements for the GTA trilogy with Netflix in the future.
An all-encompassing company like Take-Two has a lot of titles, so one's imagination immediately kicks in as to what titles could appear on mobile phones. The scope is very wide: anything from OlliOlli World to The Outer Worlds to the Borderlands series can be considered. However, it is possible that another GTA sequel could be the next title to be added to Netflix's offering. Looking at the numbers, we wouldn't be surprised at all. Additionally, if the streaming provider's cloud-based game streaming also becomes active, their catalog will be really tempting.