The news comes from a Korean video game website and multiple sources confirm the rumors.Red Dead Redemption is coming and this time it’s a HD remastered version heading to PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms.
After years of PC gamers asking for the Red Dead Redemption to be ported to PCs, Rockstar games, the people behind GTA 5 and other similar open world games have decided to bring it. They are looking forward to make some good revenue by re-releasing the 2010 title on all modern generation consoles before they fade out.
Microsoft and Sony is already preparing to launch next generation gaming consoles. Xbox Scorpio is confirmed while Sony is about to bring out PS4 Neo along with the PS4 Slim this year. The big announcement is expected to be made during the Playstation conference scheduled to take place on September 7th. With just a day to go, it won’t be long before we know if Red Dead Redemption is coming to embrace with better visuals and addictive gameplay.
A physical copy of the game is to be out on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The picture of the same was posted in the NeoGaf forum that confirmed its existence. Steam users may not have to worry much because you can either choose to buy the game right now or wait for the winter sales to grab it at unbelievably low pricing.
For those of you who have never had the chance to play the title, it’s an open world cowboy adventure set in the wild desert. You have so many missions to complete, places to explore just like you do in Grand Theft Auto V. Instead of a stylish city, it is all set in the dust with enough action around every corner.
The open world gameplay combined with brilliant missions, voice acting and music made Red Dead Redemption as must play game on Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms. The game was obviously watered down to match the configuration of older generation consoles. The remastered version is supposed to be really good, especially if they port it properly to PCs.
While Rockstar works on the next version of Red Dead Redemption and GTA 6, we can enjoy playing the HD version of a hugely successful title from 2010. With a just a day to go before the big announcement of the new PS4 slim and Neo consoles along with a new game, it’s going to be a really short wait.