Red Dead Redemption
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“Red Dead Redemption” was first released in 2010 but never expanded despite its success. Going a different route, RockStar Games is reportedly releasing a remaster of the Western title for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

The news of a remastered game came from a Korean listings website, Game Focus. The publication claimed that “Red Dead Redemption Remastered” would finally make a debut to PC, and that it would also be playable on PlayStation 4. The Xbox One version of the game would reportedly not be available in the Korean Market, but Game Focus made no reference to other locations. Considering the success of its original console, however, it would make sense for other markets to carry a variant of the game compatible with the Xbox One.

Rumours also began to circulate when a flyer for “Red Dead Retribution” was making the rounds online. The poster featured a young woman carrying a native bow and arrow slung on her shoulder as well as a pistol in her hands. More exciting, however, is the Nov. 18 release date that the poster claimed.

However, the flyer has since been debunked by VG 24/7. Reportedly, the flyer was only made by a fan of the franchise and was then sent to Rockstar games. After all, the font and style used by Rockstar Games is not that specific to the game.

Originally, “Red Dead Redemption” was only released for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 consoles. Furthermore, only one DLC, titled “Undead Nightmare,” was added to the original game franchise. Stripping the title down to its basics, it is a Western game that is set in 1911. It follows the life of John Marston, a former outlaw and gang member. The goal of the game is for player-controlled Marston to bring three members of his former gang to justice, after the government takes his wife and son hostage.