Rockstar Games, the studio known for developing some major games is currently working on one of the most rumored and hyped game of this year, the Red Dead Redemption 2. But the parent studio Take-Two thinks that the developer Rockstar is capable of working on multiple projects and continue to deliver the best gaming experience.

During the company’s recent earnings call, CEO of Take-Two, Strauss Zelnick seemed pretty confident about the developer’s work on different projects. He clarified that the studio is ‘laser focusedin the terms of quality and to go with their plan of new ideas, which don’t work all the time. He said;

And then I would say, we are all, everyone, at this company is laser-focused on quality. And again, even that doesn’t always work out according to plan but more often than not, it does.

Furthermore, he also stated that the Rockstar is capable of delivering quality experiences while working on multiple projects simultaneously as it possess the ‘enormous bandwidth‘. He also expressed his excitement on the studio’s upcoming project(s).

Rockstar Games has enormous bandwidth to work on multiplicity of opportunities simultaneously, and I think we all can be really proud of their ability to do so and to delight consumers while delivering experiences that critics resoundingly rate as perfect or very nearly perfect. So we’ve an enormous amount of confidence in that label and their performance, and we’re incredibly excited about what is to come.

As of now, the studio is working on Red Dead Redemption 2 and GTA Online. The sequel to Red Dead game was announced last month after teasing the game for about two days and then released the first trailer. Unfortunately, just like the previous Red Dead game, the sequel isn’t confirmed for the PC platform.

The PC community demanded the Rockstar games to work on the PC platform by launching the petitions on and some analysts believe that the game might get released for PC during the first half of 2018, just like the case was with GTA 5. We’re expecting some great titles from the Rockstar games in the near future. Stay tuned for more updates!

See Also: Red Dead Redemption will come to PC via PlayStation Now