Over the weekend, Rockstar Games changed the splash screen on their website to their logo but with a very Red Dead-esque design. Now, visitors are greeted with a new image featuring the silhouettes of cowboys on a black and red background:
Rockstar Games is clearly prepping up a big reveal soon— more than six years after the release of the acclaimed Red Dead Redemption. The GTA-inspired western took the industry by storm in almost every way possible, including for its visuals, story, music, and even hilarious glitches.
With no details to work with, we’re left wondering if we’ll soon learn of a new title or a remake of the original. But it’s our guess than Rockstar will be revealing a brand new Red Dead title, based on one reason alone: backwards compatibility.
Red Dead Redemption, one of the most wanted titles to hit Microsoft’s successful program, finally made the list this past July. What better way to hype a sequel than to remind gamers how awesome the original was only months before an announcement? Leaks of concept art
Although some would love the idea, it would actually be a disappointment for many if the tease is instead for a remaster, especially when the original was just added to the Xbox One BC list. The only reasoning behind a current-gen remake would be to finally make Red Dead Redemption available on the one platform it never showed up on— PC.
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