The biggest trend of this year was Remake and Remastered games. After GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition, it is mentioned that Red Dead Redemption Remastered is also under development.
Red Dead Redemption, which first appeared in 2010, is mentioned with specific claims from time to time. The first game, which describes the later stages of Red Dead Redemption 2, is being renewed for PC and consoles. This rumor inflamed the allegations with a video shared on the French organization Rockstar Mag’ channel.
Is the Red Dead Redemption Remastered version really in development?
While it is stated in the video that the Red Dead Redemption Remastered version is In the video, which you can watch below, it is stated that the Red Dead Redemption Remastered version is under development, and there is no information about when it will be released or announced.
As Rockstar Games prepares for the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition, which will be released in the coming days, we are also curious about the details of this news. We do not know for now whether there will be refreshes in the graphics or a deeper remake.
This claim belongs to Rockstar Mag, a French site. This video, which any official source has not approved, also contains information about GTA IV. According to the video, things are not going well for the new game of the series. Because Dan Houser, one of the most important names of Rockstar Games, left the studio, the sixth game is in a difficult situation. According to the claims in the video, Dan’s departure means remaking the game.
Of course, the next Grand Theft Auto game is almost sure to come. Whether the developers will develop RDR Remastered beforehand is just a rumor for now.
When will Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Definitive Edition be released?
When we leave the rumors aside, a great week awaits us. Because on November 11, 2021, we will have the three-dimensional games of GTA again. Refurbished versions of GTA III, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas is waiting for us on all platforms.
You can play the Definitive Editions on Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, Android, IOS and PCs.