According to Rockstar magazine, a modified version of Red Dead Redemption is being developed for PC and consoles. This Gamesradar reports.
jimzradar translate Video from Rockstar Mag’, the outlet who shared inside information about Rockstar in the past, now claims that a rebuild of Red Dead Redemption is in the works. They say you shouldn’t expect a massive head-to-head remake in an entirely new engine: it will be a visual overhaul like what happened with the upcoming GTA Remastered trilogy.
Red Dead Redemption was released in 2010 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and later in the same year it received a standalone expansion called Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare. Rockstar Mag doesn’t say anything about which platforms the RDR remaster should release, nor does it say anything about whether or not it includes the Undead Nightmare expansion.
The same Rockstar Mag’ also goes to GTA 6, the development of which would be very poor. Rockstar Mag claims that development will have to start over after the departure of studio founder Dan Houser, and that development is now in a chaotic state.
The Remaster Edition for Red Dead Redemption sure makes a lot of sense, especially if it’s a visual upgrade along the lines of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. This game will be released digitally for PC and consoles on November 11th, and will also be in stores physically about a month later.
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