Ahsan Rasheed has clarified some recent statements he made in regards to several potential PS4 and Xbox One software products. According to a report from Gamepur on May 5, he first stated that Naughty Dog is not the first-party studio from Sony Computer Entertainment he was referring to when talking about an eastern-influenced PS4 exclusive game. The mysterious title apparently looks even better than the visuals produced from the Snowdrop engine being used for "Tom Clancy's The Division."
Ahsan Rasheed also provided more details in regards to a Japanese role-playing game that is in development for the Xbox One. Mistwalker is most likely the developer behind the project. The company previously co-developed "Blue Dragon" along with Artoon as well as "Lost Odyssey" with Feel Plus. The company also worked on "Cry On" with Cavia before it was cancelled. Following the Xbox 360 projects, Mistwalker seems to be partnering with Microsoft again with a new video game for the Xbox One.
Moreover, the insider posted a small update in regards to two software products from Rockstar Games as well. He admitted that he has no idea if "Agent" is still in development. However, the development team still wants to create the new intellectual property as it is a "dream project" for the company's founder. However, Ahsan Rasheed did confirmed that "GTA 5" should be heading to the PC, PS4 and Xbox One although he did not provide a concrete release date.
Finally, not all of the software products he mentioned may be showcased at E3 2014. He explained that some of the projects are still very early in production. On the other hands, he believed that perspective buyers will end up getting the Xbox One next-generation console at some point based on what he had heard.
The aforesaid "GTA 5" has already achieved record-breaking success on the PS3 and Xbox 360 as it generated more than $1 billion in revenue in less than a week after launching on Sept. 17 of last year. The success would continued as the video game went on to surpass 30 million units sold so far across the globe. "GTA Online" also helped Rockstar Games generate additional revenues with micro-transactions.
"GTA 5" is rumored to be coming out as soon as next month for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The release date makes some sense as the summer season is usually a slow time in terms of new software product releases. As a result, a lot of computer and next-generation console players would gravitate towards the open-world action-adventure game. You can find a screen featuring "GTA 5" on PS3 and Xbox 360 from the official Xbox Facebook page located near the top side of this article.