2K, Rockstar parent company Take-Two coming to E3 2016 'in a big way'

"We will be there in a big way," executive says about this summer's trade show.

E3 2016 is still months away, but Take-Two Interactive has now teased that the company--which owns 2K Games and Rockstar Games--will have a major presence at the event.

"We will be there in a big way," CEO Strauss Zelnick told MCV (via VideoGamer).

Take-Two's lineup of announced upcoming titles includes just three: Battleborn, Mafia III and Civilization Revolution 2 Plus. All of these games are scheduled to launch this year -- Battleborn is coming in May (before E3), while Mafia III is penciled in for sometime after April. Revolution 2 Plus, meanwhile, comes to PlayStation Vita in the April-June quarter.

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Beyond those games, a third entry in the mainline Borderlands series is in development, while a BioShock Collection is rumored. Additionally, 2K is working with BioShock designer Ken Levine on a new game that has not been announced. Take-Two's Rockstar label, responsible for the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption franchises and others, does not typically have much of a presence at E3.

E3 2016 runs June 14-16, with briefings from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, Bethesda, Electronic Arts, and Ubisoft expected for the days before the show kicks off.

What are you hoping to see from Take-Two at E3 this year? Let us know in the comments below!

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