Further Rumors Surface Regarding A Potential Red Dead Redemption Remaster
A series of new rumors have surfaced regarding the existence of a remaster for Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption.
During the latest episode of Sacred Symbols: A PlayStation Podcast, co-host Colin Moriarty mentioned that he’s heard rumors about a Red Dead Redemption remaster from his sources. Additionally, Tez2 on GTAForums, who has shared leaks related to titles in development at Rockstar Games in the past, has stated that a potential collective of Rockstar studios and/or a new third-party studio are likely to be involved with development of the remaster.
According to Tez2, Rockstar Dundee (previously Ruffian Games) was working and assisting Rockstar Games on GTA Online before getting acquired by the publisher. He doesn’t expect the studio to be heavily involved with the projects that Rockstar Games mainly focuses on, including at potential Red Dead Redemption remaster. As further evidence to support this, he pointed towards GTA V’s new credits, in which most of Rockstar Dundee’s senior developers are focused on “Online Modes”. He mentioned that years of experience with multiplayer is likely the most compelling reason behind the studio’s acquisition.
Tez2 also suggested that the Red Dead Online event being extended may not have been purely coincidental. There’s also indication that Red Dead Redemption 2 will be receiving an update or a patch sometime soon that’s likely not security-related.
Previously, it was reported that an apparently new version of Red Dead Redemption had been rated in Korea. In a new listing filed on June 15, 2023, the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea has rated the game.
The latest rating has been assigned the classification number “CC-NV-230615-001”. In the Korean game rating system, “NV” denotes console games, while “NP” is used for PC games. However, it’s important to note that this does not mean that a PC version does not exist.