Take-Two has announced plans to release two iterations of “previously released” titles in fiscal year 2024, sparking hope that the industry giant is gearing up for a Red Dead Redemption Remaster launch.
This ties in nicely with a new rating for the 2010 epic cowboy title made in Korea recently, suggesting that Red Dead Redemption is making a comeback on modern platforms. Nothing official has been announced yet, but it definitely fits the description of being an ‘iteration of a previously-released’ game.
As for the second title mentioned by Take-Take, well, anything is possible at this point but if we’re to speculate, it could be Grand Theft Auto IV, or if we’re feeling very optimistic, Bully.
Red Dead Redemption was released for PS3 and Xbox 360 back in May 2010, and despite its popularity has never been given a proper remaster. The sequel, Red Dead Redemption 2, arrived in Fall 2018 and is available for PS4 and Xbox One, but again hasn’t been optimised for current-generation consoles.
[Source – Ben (@videotechx) on Twitter]