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Take-Two CEO Namechecks Midnight Club, Despite a 13 Year Wait for a New Game

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After announcing one of the largest acquisitions in the history of the gaming industry, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick named his company’s largest franchises. It featured some expected names and one outlier – Midnight Club, which hasn’t seen a new release since October 2008.

Speaking with investors, Zelnick explained how he wants the new acquisition to help Zynga bring its largest franchises to mobile. Before doing so, Zelnick mentioned some of the company’s key attributes: “Our labels are home to some of the most iconic brands in the world, including Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead Redemption, Midnight Club, NBA 2K, BioShock, Borderlands , Sid Meier’s Civilization, Mafia, and Kerbal Space Program.”

It’s a list of heavy hitters from all the developers at Take-Two, but Midnight Club feels a little out of place. Every name on that list has seen a new release in recent years, or is currently seeing a new one in development — except for the Rockstar-developed Racing Series, which saw the release of Midnight Club: Los Angeles in 2008, before going dormant.

It’s not exactly clear why Zelnick brought up the game in this context, though it’s possible he’s alluding to the series getting a mobile version in the future. In Zelnick’s presentation to investors, Midnight Club is also on a list of console and PC franchises that Take-Two sees as potential opportunities for mobile development.

That same set of games is also listed elsewhere in the presentation as one of the company’s top franchises, with over 5 million units sold – so its inclusion on the list may simply be because it’s part of that bracket, rather than of a plan for the future. Zelnick also understandably said it was “early days” for Take-Two and Zynga collaborations, meaning it’s entirely possible there aren’t any plans.

Anyway, it was an unexpected addition to a list of games we’re much more used to seeing from Take-Two – and the has not gone unnoticed by fans.

Joe Skrebels is IGN’s Executive Editor of News. follow him up Twitter. Do you have a tip for us? Discuss a possible story? Then send an email to newstips@ign.com.



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