What's Going On With Take-Two Interactive Stock Friday?

Zinger Key Points
  • Take-Two released Q4 financial results, where it gave an initial outlook for fiscal 2025 with net Bookings of $5.55 to $5.65 billion.
  • Take-Two announced a release date of fall 2025 for the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI video game, Bloomberg reported.
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Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. TTWO shares are trading lower premarket at last check Friday.

Yesterday, after the closing bell, the company released fourth-quarter financial results, where it gave an initial outlook for fiscal 2025, including net Bookings of $5.55 billion to $5.65 billion.

Check This Out: Take-Two Interactive Shares Fall After Q4 Results, FY 2025 Outlook

The company announced a release date of fall 2025 for the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI video game, leading to a reduction in its bookings forecast for the current fiscal year, Bloomberg reported.

One year ago, Take-Two shares soared after the company forecasted bookings surpassing $8 billion for the year ahead. In February, the company revised its projection downward to “a little above $7 billion.”

The adjusted forecast stems from a delayed release of a title by Take-Two’s Rockstar Games division, initially slated for 2025, the report read. Grand Theft Auto VI, anticipated to be a top-grossing entertainment property, follows the record-breaking success of its predecessor, Grand Theft Auto V, which sold 200 million copies. Reports from late March suggested a delay in the release of Grand Theft Auto VI, Bloomberg added.

The company’s fourth-quarter bookings decreased by 3% to $1.35 billion, as compared to $1.39 billion during last year’s fiscal fourth quarter. Net Bookings from recurrent consumer spending decreased 2%, accounting for 79% of total Net Bookings.

Price Action: TTWO shares are trading lower by 2.45% to $142.50 premarket at last check Friday. 

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