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Rockstar Games is known for not giving details abut upcoming games and updates, leaving fans in the dark and letting them make all kinds of assumptions. The same thing happened with GTA 4 and GTA 5, which were expected to be announced at event such as Electronic Entertainment Expo, but Rockstar Games’ representatives only teased the audience with hints about these games. Another game that the developer and publisher refuses to talk about is Red Dead Redemption 2, but rumors claim that soon will be released a remastered version for the first franchise.

Red Dead Redemption was released in May 2010, for PS 3 and Xbox 360, being the second title in the franchise and it arrived six years after Red Dead Revolver. This open world, western action-adventure video game was a massive hit and fans loved it because the action was set in the year 1911, during the decline of the American Frontier. The protagonist, John Marston, was forced by government – who took hostage his wife and son, to hunt three members of his former gang, and bring them to justice.

John used various firearms to shoot enemies and he tamed horses to ride them and go from town to town, or traveled by train, to arrive faster. The developer has imagined a Mexican state bordering the United States, where the main character had to go and where he took part in random events.

Six years have passed and fans of Red Dead Redemption are still waiting for a sequel. Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games will not make any announcements about the game, as it’s currently under development, but most likely, its name will change to “Legends of the West”, according to VineReport. The game will be released for all latest gen consoles, including PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio, so it will be played at a 4K HD resolution. There was a fake flyer made by a fan who claimed that Red Dead Redemption 2 will be released on November 18, but the truth came out and fans were somehow disappointed, because it’s not known when the game will arrive. Another speculation suggests that Red Dead Redemption 2 will come with a Virtual Reality Support feature.