Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two Interactive’s share price dropped today after news broke of a GTA 6 delay.

It’s official, GTA 6 is now set to release in Fall 2025.

While Rockstar Games only officially stated that the game would be released in 2025, it’s clear now that the company initially aimed to release it early in the year.

In the earnings call for Q4 of Fiscal Year 2025, Take-Two revealed some disappointing news that will upset gamers and shareholders alike.

Why Take-Two Shares Are Losing Value

During its recent earnings call, Take-Two Interactive revealed a drop in its estimated Net Bookings for Fiscal Year 2025, with predictions falling from what was once $8 billion to now just $5.55-5.65 billion.

That’s a substantial blow for the shareholders, and it comes alongside the news that we’ll be waiting until September-November 2025 to get our hands on GTA 6.

Naturally, this has upset some investors, and Take-Two’s share prices are bearing the brunt of that dissatisfaction.

Take-Two Interactive Stock Prices May 16, 2025

Moments before the earnings call, Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc (TTWO) was trading at around $145 a share.

However, as soon as the GTA 6 delay was announced, the stock price immediately fell to as low as $132.52 a share. Even checking back the next day, the share prices are yet to recover, with stocks being valued at around $142 at present.

Of course, it’s not actually too substantial a loss for now, and if anything, we expect GTA 6’s eventual launch to help Take-Two’s shares hit new highs.

We’ll have to wait and see how the company’s stock prices recover. We’ll update this article as the price continues to be affected by the recent news.

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