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Red Dead Redemption Remaster Possible As Take-Two Confirms Plans To Launch ‘2 Iterations Of Previously-Released Titles’

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.

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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]