The VR market is growing, and Facebook’s new Oculus Quest 2 (now Meta Quest 2) has shown the great potential of this technology with video games such as Resident Evil 4 VR. Now, Mark Zuckerberg’s company is hard at work on the VR adaptation of GTA: San Andreas, but this partnership may continue in the future.
Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two, said he was surprised by the results achieved by these adaptations of great classics, stating that in the future, he would not mind continuing to offer similar video games:
“As I’ve always said, we at Take-Two want to be where are consumers. When VR first appeared, I was rather skeptical about the early potential of this technology, but I was always happy to participate in its evolution. Rockstar has already released LA Noire on VR, and we also have NBA 2KVR Experience . I am sure that in the future we will see more video games adapted for this technology. “
Zelnick went on to say he was interested in similar productions and said he was happy to see Take-Two’s studios strive to create something original.
“Usually similar adaptations are not in our plans,” explained the CEO during the last meeting with investors, “but we are always interested in possible opportunities.”
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas VR does not currently have a release date, but we will hardly see it before 2023. Pending GTA VI, other Rockstar video games could benefit from a VR adaptation, such as Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2.