Red Dead Redemption Remake Reportedly In Development

Yolanda Curtis
July 23, 2019

The activities in progress at the Rockstar Games studios are increasingly the subject of rumors and speculations: for example, it is enough to mention the recent rumors on GTA VI.

But a new rumor surfaced online today claiming that the game developer is now busy working on "Red Dead Redemption Remake" and to make it more interesting, the title is expected to come out from the first quarter of 2020 to 2021. As the rumor suggests, this will not be a remaster of the game, but a remake, which obviously means that will have similar features of the current Red Dead Redemption.

On Reddit, user throwaway1113454 shared that Rockstar games are now working on the remake of the popular title "Red Dead Redemption". Next year is the 10th anniversary of the game, and this is when Rockstar Games was supposed to release the remake, but due to development issues, we might get it in 2021. These changes would also bring along a larger map, though it would not include the areas from the sequel, as well as the return of James Marston's voice actor, Rob Wiethoff, to record new dialogue and connect the two titles. When it's not Grand Theft Auto 6 "leaks", it's insane Red Dead Redemption 2 DLC theories, and this latest one is a corker.

There is a corridor rumor that is gaining momentum these days and concerns a possible remake of Red Dead Redemption, which apparently is being worked on at Rockstar Games. Who knows, maybe we'll be able to delve back into the superior Red Dead game once again. The rumor should be taken with a pinch of salt given the credibility of the source, claiming that it came from someone inside Rockstar Games. This isn't the first time we've heard of this "Red Dead Remake", either. Rockstar parent company Take-Two has said specifically that Rockstar is working towards an increased release frequency.

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