In addition to using the company’s Fiscal Year Earnings Call to announce that Grand Theft Auto V was the 6th best-selling game of all time, Take Two’s CEO Strauss Zelnick revealed that a Grand Theft Auto HD remaster for the current generation of consoles wasn’t out of the question. We have seen multiple re-releases of Grand Theft Auto games over the years (for instance, the HD re-release of San Andreas on the Xbox 360), but never before have gamers been treated to a full remaster of GTA along the lines of the Halo Master Chief Collection. That may change... “It would not be something that we would mandate to our labels. Our labels are driven by the desire to delight consumers and pursue their creative passions, and that’s been a formula that’s worked extraordinarily well for this company for the past seven years (referring to the takeover),” Zelnick said. “So we don’t have a policy answer to it, except our job around here is to make sure that consumers are thrilled; to deliver the very best titles in the marketplace and to make sure that for the top creative talent industry that this is the number one place to work.” While Zelnick’s statement by no means confirms a GTA, Max Payne or even Red Dead HD remake, it does show that Take Two is open to the idea, so long as there is a lot of money to be made. Developed by Rockstar Games, Grand Theft Auto V launched in the closing months of 2013 on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, garnering rave reviews from critics and gamers alike. An improved version with better graphics and more content is slated for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Let us know in the comments, would you want a full-HD remake collection of all past GTA games?