Rockstar has been releasing upgraded versions of GTA V and apparently does not currently have such an app for Red Dead Redemption 2.
Rockstar (Rockstar) Has always been known as a company that develops its titles over many years and at the highest possible level. Also, given that many of the company’s titles, including Midnight Club, have been forgotten, we should consider Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption as Rockstar flagships. The consequences are not necessarily bad, and Rockstar, for example, can upgrade GTA V even after many years.
With the release of the ninth generation version of Grand Theft Auto 5 for the Xbox X, S and PlayStation 5 consoles next year, the game will be officially released for three generations of consoles. The latest trailer released from the ninth generation version of this game could not attract the audience, but the final product could be different. Most likely, this version of the game will continue the GTA V record-breaking trend.
Beyond that, there have been recent reports that Rockstar is developing GTA Remastered Trilogy in 2022. The series will include remastered versions of GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas, which will likely be well received.
Assuming that the news of the development of GTA Remastered Trilogy is true, it can be hoped that Rockstar will consider similar programs for Red Dead Redemption, and this raises a very important question. GTA V is set to receive ninth-generation updates before the release of GTA VI and remastered versions of its series. Now where does Red Dead Redemption 2 fit into this equation?
Despite the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 in 2018, this game is still known as one of the most detailed and beautiful games in history. The title was released on this date for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, and was later ported to PCs. Thus, many people are still waiting for the release of an upgraded version for the Xbox X and S series consoles and PlayStation 5.
Ninth generation version
Certainly Red Dead Redemption 2 is at a level that we would expect Rockstar to treat like Grand Theft Auto V. Both games have become known as the giants of the gaming industry in recent years, but given that GTA V was released about 5 years before Red Dead Redemption 2, better support for this game seems much easier.
This support and release of the ninth-generation version of GTA V will be worth the “Expanded and Enhanced” tag provided that it contains relevant content and tangible changes. We expect the story section of the game to include cars and a new story expansion pack, as well as plenty of content for the GTA Online section.
GTA Online has become known as Rockstar’s money printing machine in recent years, and in a way it can be considered the main selling point of GTA V. It makes sense for Rockstar to focus more on GTA Online than any other project, with a ninth-generation version of it. But the question is, can’t Red Dead Redemption 2 have a similar policy, even on a smaller scale?
We must not forget that even the development of the ninth generation version of a game is not as simple as pressing a key. GTA V game support, the development of the GTA triple remaster version, the development of the ambitious GTA VI game, and the Corona virus pandemic must be added to Rockstar’s ongoing challenges to complicate matters. However, from what we saw in the trailer for the ninth-generation version of GTA V, we can hope that Red Dead Redemption 2 can get a similar version.
The graphics quality of Red Dead Redemption 2 is perhaps Rockstar’s biggest challenge in developing the ninth-generation version. GTA V was first released in 2013 for seventh generation consoles and then in 2014 for eighth generation consoles. Now, the game is scheduled to be re-released for ninth-generation consoles in 2022, after about eight years.
If the ninth-generation version of Red Dead Redemption 2 is released just a few years after its release, you can not expect significant differences between the ninth-generation version of the game and the eighth-generation version. “Enhanced” means that additional content will be added to the game, but we know that Red Dead Online has come a long way.
On the other hand, upgrading the Red Dead Redemption 2 single is a topic that will no doubt be welcomed, but its monetization potential is certainly still small compared to GTA Online.
GTA Online can appeal to gamers even more by updating and improving the quality and quantity of its content, but this is not the case with Red Dead Redemption 2. More specifically, GTA V has been around for years, largely because of its online presence, but the single-player Red Dead Redemption 2 has always been in the spotlight.
Given Rockstar’s ambitious plans for GTA VI and the possible release of the game in 2025, it does not appear that the company will make Red Dead Redemption 3 before significant technological advances and access to new features, and will likely see a release this decade. We will not be it. As a result, if Rockstar wants to consider GTA V policy toward Red Dead Redemption 2, it is very unlikely that we will see a remastered or remixed version of Red Dead Redemption or even a ninth-generation version of Red Dead Redemption 2 in the coming years.
The remix version of Red Dead Redemption or the ninth generation version of Red Dead Redemption 2
GTA V and GTA Online are certainly better than Red Dead Redemption 2 in terms of profitability for Rockstar. Therefore, the company has very precise policies and templates for offering different versions and additional content for it. Rockstar is not necessarily going to have the same pattern for Red Dead Redemption 2.
The ninth-generation version of Red Dead Redemption 2 does not necessarily depend on the development of a remastered or remixed version of Red Dead Redemption or the third version of the series. In fact, it all depends on Rockstar plans and plans for Red Dead Redemption. Developing a remaster is not as complex as a complete remake of the game, in which case even a ninth-generation version of the game may be released alongside the Red Dead Redemption remaster or even earlier.
But on the other hand, if Red Dead Redemption is to be completely rebuilt, the ninth generation version of Red Dead Redemption 2 will probably be Rockstar’s number one priority. In fact, there are plenty of reasons for Rockstar to decide whether or not to release the ninth-generation version of Red Dead Redemption 2.
Finally, despite support for GTA V and GTA Online, the development of the ninth-generation version of GTA V, the development of the remastered GTA trilogy, and support for Red Dead Online, it is unlikely that the ninth-generation RDR2 will include significant changes from the eighth-generation version. Be in Rockstar priorities.
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