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Red Dead Redemption Remake: Release Date Speculation, Leaks, News, Platforms

Here’s the latest Red Dead Redemption Remake, from release date speculation to, leaks, news, and platforms.
Red Dead Redemption Remake: Release Date Speculation, Leaks, News, Platforms

Red Dead Redemption has been a massive success since its initial release in 2010 and followed up spectacularly with its sequel in 2018. Now, fans desire a Red Dead Redemption remake, and it appears Rockstar might oblige.

In this article, you can find all the information available on a possible Red Dead Redemption Remake/Remaster. Including a possible release date for the game, any leaks or information to come out, and much more. 

Updated on 2 February 2023: This article was updated and checked for the latest 'Red Dead Redemption Remake' news and leaks.

Latest RDR Remake News & Leaks

10 January 2023: Red Dead Redemption Remake after GTA 6?

With a GTA 6 announcement rumored to happen in 2023, we can't help but wonder if we will see some kind of Red Dead Redemption Remake tease this year as well.

8 December: Watch The Game Awards 2022 live!

There is almost no chance of the Red Dead Redemption remake showing up at The Game Awards 2022 but nothing is impossible.

Tune in the watch The Game Awards 2022 via the YouTube stream embedded below. It kicks off on 8 December at 7:30 PM ET / 4:30 PM PT and 9 December at 00:30 GMT.

Red Dead Redemption Remake Release Date Speculation

At the time of writing, there is no official confirmed release date for Red Dead Redemption Remake, but in this article, you’ll find all (if any) information that the developer shared, as well as some speculation from Ginx on when we could see it launch.

Although there has been tons of speculation and rumors floating around (as you would expect with such a dedicated fanbase), Rockstar has given us no clear indication yet that a remaster is in development. 

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There is currently no release date in sight for a Red Dead Redemption remake. (Picture: Rockstar Games)

This ultimately means we can't draw any conclusions as to which year the game might drop as we usually would for other releases, but based on the studio's activity as they are working on GTA 6, we expect its release to be a long way off.

But be sure to check back here soon as we get more news and the official word from the developers and update our information. 

Red Dead Redemption Remake - Leaks & News

While there are no official leaks for the Red Dead Redemption Remake, we can look at some fan speculations and creations to get an idea of what to expect. Most notable would be the jaw-dropping trailer created by ENFANT TERRIBLE using Unreal Engine 5, which gives us an idea of what the remake could look like. 

Though there were some supposed leaks recently that claimed to showcase screenshots from the remaster. But this was quickly shot down and found to be a fake leak, so for now, we're still coming up dry on any viable leaks. 

Red Dead Redemption Remake Platforms

We also have an idea of what platform the game will be released on. Given the track record of Rockstars publisher Take-Two Interactive, it's highly likely that the remake would be the next-gen exclusive. So players can expect to play the Red Dead Redemption remake on current and next-gen consoles. 

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The remake, in line with its original, will likely be on current and next-gen platforms once released. (Picture: Rockstar Games)

Sadly, we doubt it would be available on the Nintendo Switch due to its limited capabilities and the game assured high graphical fidelity. Lastly, if you can't wait to play the remake and want to play the original on current consoles, you can still go back and play the original on the current-gen platforms.  

For now, that's all we know regarding the possible Red Dead Redemption remake/remaster. As more information is released, we will update this article, so be sure to check back here frequently.