The Red Dead Redemption remake will release by Christmas
It may not be as far away as you thought. The rumored Red Dead Redemption reboot is reportedly just a few weeks from release.
Rockstar fans may be waiting patiently for the release of Grand Theft Auto VI. However, some are also looking forward to a remake of Red Dead Redemption that could possibly arrive just in time for this Christmas.
Hackers and leakers have claimed for months now that Rockstar has been secretly developing a Red Dead Redemption remake. They claim it will not be just a remake but a complete remake. This was of concern to fans, as the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy was only a remaster.
Rockstar should capitalize on this series, even if the rumors aren’t confirmed. This is especially true after the incredible success of Red Dead Redemption 2. The idea is even better when you take into account that the first game occurs chronologically after the sequel, so a remake with the same graphics as the sequel makes perfect sense.
Budzcario believes that they have the real release date of the game. In a tweet, he said “November 17th, 2023.” The surprise of the Century! It will rock the world of gaming. You can’t help but believe it. This is 100%’s release date. “They’ve fed fake information to… developers to stop leaks within their company.”
Then they said, “Red Dead Redemption 1 Remastered will be released later this year.” This August, the PC, PS5, Xbox Series and PS5 will all be announced. RDR 1 Remastered is scheduled to release in November or October.”
This is not confirmed by Rockstar so, as with any rumour or leak, it’s best to take this information lightly. If a Red Dead Redemption Remake were to release by the end of the year, then it would join a list of renowned games like Zelda, Resident Evil 4 (2020), Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, and Starfield. This could cement the fact that 2023 will be remembered as the best gaming year in history.
Fans will need to pray and hope that the rumors are true if they wish to see Red Dead Redemption I returning this year.