Red Dead Redemption 2 Remastered, Bully 2 and GTA VI Launch Windows Rumor
A Reddit user who goes by the name joebucksucks420 claims he's obtained some information about Rockstar Games future plans, which reportedly cover Red Dead Redemption 2 Remastered, Bully 2 and GTA VI.
Please bear in mind we can't confirm and verify this stuff, so read it as a simple rumor.
To confirm the quality of this information, the Reddit user says that "they gave me permission to post this as they are 100% confident that enough Rockstar employees know of the information that it won't trace back to them."
"Some will be skeptical, and I understand, but all I can say is that I've been around for a while, have over 60k karma, have been gifted gold several times for my posts, and have never made a post with false information," he added.
So, without further ado, let's give a look at this information:
Following Red Dead Redemption 2 going gold a relatively small group of employees immediately began work on a remaster which will release at the end of 2020 to coincide with the release of next-gen consoles (Rockstar had to pull back on a lot of things because of current-gen limits, as surprising as it may sound given how amazing it looks)
Most of Rockstar has begun working full-time on Bully 2, which will release in the first half of 2020; this seems soon, but they already have the engine in place and plan to have a game-world that's only slightly bigger than the first Bully, allowing them to finish the game much faster than GTA or Red Dead
Preliminary work has begin on GTA VI, but it won't be until the release of Bully 2 that pretty much all of Rockstar will focus on it, similar to what they did with RDR2
The plan is to release GTA VI in at the end of 2023, but the team knows that 2024 may be a more realistic goal
Wrapping it up, we have Red Dead Redemption 2 Remastered coming to next-gen platforms at the end of 2020, Bully 2 - which had already been rumored - in the first half of 2020, and GTA VI around 2023-2024.
Do you think this is possible for the studio of Sam and Dan Houser?