The firm expects to be one of the winners when new consoles launch.
Mature games from Take-Two might not make the jump over to the Wii U, according to Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick.
Speaking to Gamasutra about the arrival of Nintendo's next console and the firm's slate of core titles for the Wii U, Zelnick stated that "We haven't announced anything," and that he's "sceptical" about mature titles on the platform.
That isn't to say Take-Two isn't bullish about its prospects as the transition is made to the next generation of consoles.
"For a company like ours, it's a great opportunity," he says. "[New console launches] separate the winners from the losers - and we fully expect to be one of the winners."
"I don't want to minimize the challenge of creating titles for new technology or the economic challenges of doing that, but if you get it right, it's a terrific time to launch a new IP," he added.
Take-Two is the parent company of 2K Games and Rockstar, meaning that it is home to some impressive mature IP. Among its catalogue are GTA, Red Dead, Max Payne, BioShock, XCOM, and Civilization. The Wii U would clearly become more appealing to core gamers if these titles arrived on it.