Red Dead Redemption is a highly beloved title that Rockstar released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 back in 2010. After this, the company made no attempts to remaster or other make ports for the title to newer consoles despite being massively successful. In a new rating by the GRAC, the title has been rated in South Korea.
Red Dead Redemption Getting A Possible Remaster?
As spotted by Gematsu, Red Dead Redemption has been rated in South Korea by the GRAC. According to the outlet, it’s not clear if the current rating is for the console AND the PC versions too, as they state it’s not necessary that a console-only rating means the exclusion of a PC version, and vice versa.
It would be shocking for Rockstar to release a new title in the series that isn’t a Grand Theft Auto 5 port for the 3rd time, which is the only series the company has religiously ported across generations, but one must not also forget the GTA Trilogy as well.
Red Dead Redemption (2010) is a sequel (in story) to Red Dead Redemption 2 (2018) and follows John Marston working with the feds to hunt down the remaining members of his former gang and working with the government. His travels take him to old and new locations, meet a brand new cast of people, and is easily the entry to the series until the release of 2.
Will Rockstar finally give us the remaster that we have been so eagerly waiting for? Only time will tell.