Red Dead Redemption ‘Remaster’ Data Found in Site Update
For months, rumours have been circulating regarding a Red Dead Redemption remaster – or potentially a full remake – but nothing has been confirmed just yet. Recently, references were uncovered following an update to Rockstar’s website that suggests something is on the way, with a new version of Red Dead Redemption being listed – along with an all-new logo.
It’s the closest thing we’ve had to confirmation thus far that the project is even taking place behind closed doors. Most recently, it was suggested that the Red Dead Redemption remaster could be revealed in August 2023, and considering that’s just days away, Rockstar’s latest changes could be an indicator that the gaming titan is preparing to make such an announcement.
Are We Going Back?
Let’s face it, Red Dead Redemption was one of the most phenomenal games of its generation, and Red Dead Redemption 2 was even better. For the longest time, fans have been calling for a remaster of the first game – but a remake in RDR2’s engine is the ideal goal.
Recent data dug up by prominent Rockstar leaker, Tez2, suggests that the firm is gearing up to reveal the Red Dead Redemption remaster that everyone is waiting for. In a post on Twitter (sorry, ‘X’), Tez2 revealed a new logo, along with a codename – RDR1RSP – and a new game title – Red Dead Redemption (Rockstar Presents Ver).
Are you ready to experience John Marston’s story once again?