game news Red Dead Redemption 2: Like GTA 5, a next-gen update in the works at Rockstar?
Red Dead Redemption II keeps a low profile next to its older brother, the behemoth from Grand Theft Auto 5. Similar in regards to his cowboy performance. In any case, a recent leak fuels this rumor.
Regarding the content, red dead redemption ii pales in comparison to its predecessor grand theft auto v Obviously, the fault lies with Rockstar, who prefer mobsters on antidepressants to lonely outlaws. Time and time again, the studio continues to add content to GTA V’s multiplayer, now available across three generations of consoles.
For its part, apart from some significant but fairly meager updates, Red Dead Redemption II and its online mode don’t benefit as much from its parent’s attention despite the love fans have for the license. If the future of the game is still unclear and we are talking more about GTA 6 than new content for RDR2, the recent information could well delight more than one fan of Arthur Morgan and his gang.
Towards a next generation update for RDR2?
The Red Dead Redemption license is certainly messed up, but it’s far from having laid down the gun for all that. We recently brought up the case of a potential remake or remaster of the first opus. Today, a new rumor speaks of a Next-Gen update planned for the second installment. The information comes from AccountNGT, a very knowledgeable Twitter user.
1/2 First, the Red Dead Redemption 2 news. According to AccountNGT, a next-gen version of RDR2 is in the works, meaning a PS5 and Xbox Series X|S version. In addition to this, the industry insider and leaker claim a remaster of the first game, Red Dead Redemption.
— Gothicvamp1888 (@gothicvamp18881) May 11, 2022
So yes, because there is nothing official, the tweezers are in order and we will wait for more information from Rockstar to confirm AccountNGT’s statements. It should be noted, however, that the leaker has built a solid reputation after sharing the announcement of star wars eclipsethe return of Hogwarts Legacy during the State of Play Playstation or even Acquisition of Bungie by Sony.
After GTA V, Rockstar could reiterate its strategy and offer a new makeover to Red Dead 2. It should also be remembered that the PC version of the title already has a lot of recent graphics options. With the Next-Gen positioning itself as the logical continuation, we sincerely hope this potential port sees the light of day and is accompanied by additional content to immerse us back into the American West.
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