Take-Two boss Strauss Zelnick has promised the studio will always focus on quality with its remasters.

'Grand Theft Auto V'

'Grand Theft Auto V'

The studio chief has opened up on his company's attitude to remasters, and explained why they strive to "do the very best job" rather than settling for a simple port of an already-released game.

Speaking during a Morgan Stanley event, Zelnick said: "I'm not sure they'll be a bigger part of the strategy.

"Remastering has always been a part of the strategy. What we've done differently than the competition is we don't just port titles over.

"We actually take the time to do the very best job we can making the title different for the new release for the new technology that we're launching it on."

Take-Two is set to release a remastered version of 'Grand Theft Auto V' for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 later this year, which promises some upgrades for the new consoles.

Zelnick suggested this commitment to quality is why their "remastered titles typically do so well".

He added: "[I'm] confident Rockstar is going to deliver a great experience but you can't do that if you're just doing a simple port."

Last month, he was coy when asked directly if Rockstar would be looking into remastered some older 'GTA' games as he insisted the studio should speak for itself - although he did admit it's a "great and encouraging question".