Given that Red Dead Redemption is one of the most treasured series in the history of video games, we will never stop wanting more of it. There have been rumors circulating that Rockstar Games intended to remaster the first version of Red Dead Redemption, which was released in 2010, as well as Grand Theft Auto IV. Those plans, alas, are said to have been scrapped, as the developer has apparently moved its attention to the upcoming GTA VI (as it should!). However, you shouldn’t give up hope just yet! Something sizzling is currently being prepared here.
It was said that neither of the remastering projects had been scrapped but rather that they had been put on hold temporarily. That surely has an encouraging ring to it. It’s not much, but it’s enough to keep our hopes alive. Continue reading down below.
The ‘GamingLeaksandRumours’ subreddit is the source of an alleged information dump that not only claims a Spring 2024 release timeframe for the Red Dead Redemption remake but also says that it will contain the Undead Nightmare DLC. That is really unbelievable! And as an even better strategy, we are also given a glimpse of what appear to be two screenshots from the new version:
The fact that a remake of Red Dead Redemption is in the works is, at this moment, the worst-kept secret in the world. In addition to this, the inclusion of Undead Nightmare is certainly not outside the range of possibility at this point. But because the internet is unpredictable, rumors will never stop spreading until final and official confirmation is made, and even then, it’s possible that even that won’t be enough to halt the rumors. In light of this, it is important to remember that the most recent rumors need to be handled with a grain of salt.
The topic on Reddit is filled with folks who believe that the supposed remake photos are just taken from Red Dead Redemption 2, which of course, includes many of the same locales as the game that was released in 2010. We can only hope that Rockstar Games will put an end to all of our sufferings as soon as possible, whether or not the Red Dead Redemption remake is released before the end of this year or at some time in 2024.