Rumor: Red Dead Redemption Remastered could come to PS4, Xbox One and PC
According to the media from South Korean website Game Focus, Rockstar announces a remastered version of Red Dead Redemption for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC for September 7. It could be related to the event that Sony is preparing to announce PlayStation 4 Neo, at the PlayStation Meeting 2016.
After tons of rumors about Red Dead Redemption 2, there is again a remaster of the 2010 game that is evoked by a Korean website for release on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The page also mentions that there is a version in preparation for Asia, and that the launch would be scheduled for the first half of 2017.
It is unknown whether the title will bring newness in graphic developments respect to the original, which is compatible with Xbox One, beyond resolution and fluidity, although in this way it could reach to PlayStation 4 and especially PC, where the original title has not yet released.
The strategy could correspond to publicize the game ahead of the sequel that has been rumored over the past year, with numerous leaks of map and material of artists. Rockstar has also discussed the continuation of the saga.
Red Dead Redemption was released for last generation consoles in 2010. It quickly became one of the favorite open world games of the community, especially for its atmosphere of the Wild West in transition to modern times.
In this world, even if it presents cowboys and outlaws, but there are already cars and electricity. In this context, the outlaw of John Marston will have to clear his name in an adventure that will take us through a large area full of people’s land, villages, hidden places and challenges from hunting wild animals to ambushes by criminal gangs. It has a long history and a complete multiplayer mode, and is full of references to great films of the Western genre.