Red Dead Redemption 2 Hinted By Former Rockstar Employee

Many us are all wondering what game Rockstar are currently working on. The original GTA 5 was released over 2 years ago, with the Xbox One version released just over 1 year ago. Although Rockstar have continued to update GTA 5 with new content, the question is what will be their next title?

Most predictions is that it will be Red Dead Redemption 2. The last Red Dead game was released in 2010, so it would seem the right time for a new title for the series. Now a former Rockstar employee, Danny Ross, has also hinted at a new Red Dead. When asked on Reddit what Rockstar’s next game will be, Danny replied “Really? Dumbass. Really? Two”. Although the comment should be taken as a pinch of salt, it’s still another hint that Red Dead Redemption 2 is on it’s way.

The Graphics In The Original Red Dead Redemption Were Very Advanced

Red Dead Redemption was a brilliant game and after seeing what Rockstar has done with the GTA series, I can only imagine how good Red Dead Redemption 2 would be!

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4 thoughts on “Red Dead Redemption 2 Hinted By Former Rockstar Employee”

  1. This would be amazing . The original is one of the best single player games I’ve had the pleasure of playing .

  2. Best Games says:

    Well if you think how the order went last time (Gta4,RDR,Max Payne 3) It makes sense for them to make a new red dead next.

  3. if it’s going to futuristic I’m going to kill myself ??

  4. E.V.A says:

    Oh bloody hell, this would take over my life. I pretty much thought I was some form of cowgirl hero when playing this?

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