Rockstar Mag’s Chris, who has inside information about Rockstar’s games, has shared some details about Grand Theft Auto 6 and Red Dead Redemption Remastered.
According to Chris, Grand Theft Auto 6 is currently in development hell. Rockstar has restarted its development right after Dan Houser left the company. Not only that, but Take-Two was originally planning to announce the game in 2020.
As Chris noted, Rockstar has changed the story and other game elements too many times since 2019. From the looks of it, GTA 6 is the most chaotic project Rockstar has ever developed (and even worse than the original Red Dead Redemption game).
Lastly, Chris claimed that Rockstar is working on Red Dead Redemption Remastered
for current-gen consoles and PC (Chris did not say for which platforms this remaster will come out. Since this is a long way off, though, we can assume that it will come out on current-gen consoles and PC). This remaster will be similar to GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition. In other words, it won’t be a mere “resolution increase” remaster, and it will feature new graphical features. Chris also believes that this remaster won’t come out anytime soon.
Below you can find the videos in which Chris revealed all the aforementioned details (head over at 14:23 in the first video, and at 4:32 in the second video). These videos are Q&A sessions with Chris’ subscribers and their purpose was to give his opinion. Do note that the videos are in French.
Lastly, and as with all rumors (no matter how reliable a source is), we suggest taking everything you read with a grain of salt.
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