Could Rockstar Be Remastering Red Dead Redemption?

Red Dead Redemption Remastered is supposedly planned by Rockstar Games, according to recent reports, but there’s a catch as it depends on the success of the GTA Remastered Trilogy.

Firstly, the reports of a Red Dead Redemption and GTA Trilogy remasters are pure speculation. At this time, we must take all unconfirmed rumours with a pinch of salt. However, there has been a lot of traction this week that suggests the rumours might be real.

This week alone we’ve had Rockstar Games parent company Take-two reveal that they have “three unannounced” games in the works based upon “iterations of previously released titles.” Then we heard reports of Take-Two shutting down community mods related to the GTA series.

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The Western remaster we’ve all been waiting for!

The reports of a planned Red Dead Redemption remaster are courtesy of Kotaku. In the same reports, sources of Kotaku also confirmed that the GTA Remastered Trilogy is real.

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It is said that Rockstar Games is considering the release of Red Dead Redemption Remastered, but its release depends on the sales success of the rumoured GTA Remastered Trilogy. Though I think we can safely assume that the rumoured GTA Remastered Trilogy should sell quite well.

That said, Rockstar Games is fully focused on the next-gen port of GTA V, as well as the expected GTA Remastered Trilogy before any possibility of a Red Dead Redemption Remastered.

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