According to the latest indications, Rockstar Games will soon come up with something new for Red Dead Redemption fans. No, Red Dead Redemption 2 Online won’t suddenly be resurrected, but the revamp of Part 1 will likely be completed.
The age rating released by South Korea’s Game Evaluation and Management Committee on June 15th includes a new version of Red Dead Redemption, indicating that a new version of the game is coming soon, despite rumors of the project being canceled last year.
Rockstar has always tried to keep this kind of information under wraps for as long as possible, but the company has been more open to re-improving lately, so it wouldn’t be at all surprising to see a Red Dead Redemption remaster hammered into the background for some time. Of course, last year the new GTA 5 and GTA Definitive Edition Trilogy, which includes GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas, were also completed.
Modders have already started revamping Red Dead Redemption, but unfortunately Rockstar’s legal team intervened and development stalled. This could actually be another sign of an official remaster, which we hope will be available for PC as well, since the original game was made exclusively for Xbox 360 and PS3.