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Rockstar Games is working on an unannounced new-gen game planned for release sometime this fiscal year, parent company Take-Two revealed in a conference call with investors.
Meanwhile, Watch Dogs will run at 900p resolution on PS4 and 792p on Xbox One, Ubisoft announced overnight.
All the news:
- Rockstar working on new-gen game due by March 2015
- Take-Two records slight losses for FYQ4
- Grand Theft Auto V has shipped 33 million
- Watch Dogs runs at 900p on PS4, 792p on Xbox One
- Microsoft says publishers figured in to Kinect-less Xbox One
- Smash Bros' Charizard goes mega for Final Smash
- Dragon Age: Inquisition $170 Collector's Edition revealed
- Video: Ubisoft lays out every Watch Dogs detail in 9 min trailer
- Grid Autosport trailer shows off Touring Car racing
- Xbox Live officially dropping Gold requirement for entertainment apps
- Games with Gold launches on Xbox One in June
- Single game could change Wii U's fate, Iwata says
- Microsoft to release Xbox One without Kinect
- 'Toddler-horror' game Among the Sleep coming to PS4
- Nintendo has 'a fairly clear idea about the direction of its next hardware'
- CD Projekt co-founder thinks 1080p vs. 720p is mainly 'a PR differentiation'
- Grand Theft Auto Online High Life update released
- Nordic Games talking to former Vigil devs about Darksiders 3
- Final Fantasy Agito gets 6 new gameplay videos
- Square Enix discounts numerous Xbox 360 games
- Elder Scrolls Online patch 1.0.8 tweaks combat and quests
- 'Unannounced Metro games' in development, 4A Games to open Malta studio
- Xbox Deal Of The Week discounts zombie games
- Xbox Music will reportedly add cloud storage support
- Borderlands 2 Vita review round-up
- Half-Life 2 and Portal available on Nvidia Shield
- Gallery: One Piece Unlimited World and Naruto Shippuden UNSR screens
- Mario Kart 8 TV ad flips racing on its head
- Xbox Live rumoured to be dropping Gold requirement for entertainment apps
- Sony executives to take heavy pay cuts, report claims