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New Red Dead Redemption rating leads to remaster rumours

It would seem that Rockstar has something cooking up for Red Dead Redemption fans. No, Red Dead Redemption 2 Online isn't suddenly going to make a resurgence, but recent game rating submissions hint at a new version of the original Red Dead Redemption. 

South Korea's Game Rating and Administration Committee has recently rated a new version of Red Dead Redemption. This is a new listing, which could hint at a re-release, or perhaps even a remaster. The same ratings board also recently let slip the existence of a Quake 2 remaster.

Rockstar is typically very secretive but the company has been making a bigger push for remasters recently. Last year, we saw GTA V Expanded and Enhanced for new-gen consoles, adding features like ray-tracing and 4K resolution support. Rockstar also released the GTA Definitive Edition trilogy, revamping GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas in one package.

Previously, modders attempted to recreate Red Dead Redemption 1 using Red Dead Redemption 2 as the base. Unfortunately, those projects were shut down by Rockstar's legal team. If Red Dead Redemption is getting a remaster, we would hope that Rockstar's plans include a PC version, as the original game was exclusive to Xbox 360 and PS3.

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KitGuru Says: This might not be as exciting as a remaster. This could be something entirely out of left field, like a Red Dead Redemption 1 Switch port. With that in mind, don't get too excited just yet. If the rating submission was legitimate, we should have an official announcement within the next few months. 

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