'GTA 5': Take-Two Licenses Two Titles For Movie Adaptations As Rockstar Confirms New DLCs
"GTA 5" mother company Take-Two is believed to move into the movie venture soon. The rumors came following the announcement of CEO Strauss Zelnick that the company has licensed a couple of titles for a motion picture production.
"GTA 5" Distributor Will Not Invest In Movies And TV
The "GTA 5" distributor also revealed that the company will not produce the films. However, Take-Two has licensed other companies in order to keep the creative control. The company further noted that the track record of the conversion of video game IP to the movies is spotty at best, although it is still unknown which IPs have been licensed.
Aside from "GTA 5", Take-Two is also reported to own other Rockstar titles such as "Red Dead Redemption" and 2K titles like "Bioshock" and "Borderlands." It should be noted as well that Take-Two has mentioned about the risk of adapting a game into a film back in 2013.
"GTA 5" distributor, meanwhile, published recently its financial output for the quarter ending Dec. 31. Based on the results, it revealed that "GTA 5" was able to ship 75 million copies, GameSpot reported.
Rockstar Confirms "GTA 5" New DLCs
"GTA 5" fans will now be able to unlock the new DLCs for the game following its availability on Xbox One Backwards Compatibility. Based on reports, the sagas of Johnny Klebitz, Luis Lopez and Niko Bellic are now playable. Aside from this, all the "GTA 5" versions will now be compatible with Xbox One.
"GTA 5" digital owners, for the meantime, can now download the update at the "Ready to Install" section of the Xbox One. On the other hand, the physical game owners can easily insert the Xbox One 360 game disc to their Xbox One to download the game, Express reported. Watch "Grand Theft Auto 5" Ending / Final Mission - Gameplay Walkthrough Part 70 here: