The CEO of Take-Two Interactive, Strauss Zelnick, in a conversation with IGN, denied reports about the closure of the Roll7 and Intercept Games studios.

Zelnik agreed that his company is now actively cutting costs as part of the restructuring, but it has not closed anything. He also doubts that the publisher of the Private Division, which includes both studios, could have any problems.

"As I said, we review all the company's projects, and in some cases we have to make difficult decisions. We just prefer to leave such news to the discretion of the labels, we are not used to talking about it," Zelnik added.

After the release of the IGN article, journalist Jason Schreier from Bloomberg recalled in X that it was not the first time that Take-Two did not recognize the closure of its studios. For example, in 2013, she dissolved the company 2K Marin, but for a long time pretended that she continued to work.