Last night, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnik spoke at the UBS Global TMT Virtual Conference. He said that the future of games looks optimistic and attractive, and in 10 years the market will be very different from what it is now. Photorealism became another theme.
According to Zelnik, if players in 10 years want their game to be similar to reality, then their computers will be able to arrange it. He is confident that the games will look like live action games.
You will have this option.
Games look great right now, but they still use animation. This will change in a few years. Zelnik is confident that this will force a change in the business of developing and distributing video games. He will be actively moving forward, expanding opportunities and prospects. He believes the next 30-40 years will be amazing.
Perhaps Take-Two can be one of the first companies to make progress in this direction.