The presentation of fiscal results of Take-Two, for involving two of the most important companies in the sector such as Rockstar and 2K, is always one of the most interesting in May. After knowing details about the huge success of Borderlands, the million-dollar sales of GTA 5 or Red Dead Redemption 2, now it’s time to know the opinion of his boss, Strauss Zelnick, about the bitter controversy of the loot boxes. An issue that has led to the political debate to them. Are you worried about the possible ban on mechanics in some countries within the firm? According to the information collected from Zelnick by PC Gamer, no.
& p> “By contextualizing it, this mechanism is responsible for less than three percent of our net sales in the last fiscal year, so it does not seem important,” he said, “we ‘ see used the mechanics of loot boxes in the past, it’s something we’ve seen and believe is fine There’s been some noise about it, especially at the international level, but as we said in his day, we believe that it is a very reasonable mechanics. It’s a very small part of our business. “How small? About 88 million dollars, if we rely on the 3% indicated by Zelnick.
Although Take-Two’s position with the loot boxes does not look so belike now, at the time they did not hesitate to position themselves against the prohibitions of the present mechanics in Belgium, coming to ask its Belgian users the return of the loot-boxes to their games.