At the Game Awards last December, we got our first real look at Judas, the next game from BioShock creator Ken Levin, and, according to Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick, we'll be able to play it ourselves sometime in March. 2025.
Take-Two's quarterly earnings report states that between FY2023 (the fiscal year we're currently in ends at the end of March) and FY2025 (which ends at the end of March 2025) 87 games will be released.
Nevertheless, delays happen all the time, and 2025 is far away, and delays have been especially common in AAA game development in recent years. When asked "does he expect significant delays that will affect the 87 game promise?" Zelnika admitted that some delays are always possible, but he seems to be confident in the offering Take-Two is preparing for its investors.
Judas is a single-player story-driven first-person shooter that will be available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam and the Epic Game Store.