Over the course of a few years, legacy remakes are becoming a bigger & bigger trend within the video game industry. So far, titles including Splinter Cell, Perfect Dark, Uncharted, The Last of Us, and even Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is reported to be facing the same treatment. So this trend is ticking up for more prevalent releases of prior generations.
Believe it or not, Rockstar Games is also entertaining this already as well. In that, the firm is partnering with Remedy Entertainment once more for Max Payne & Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. But, that might not be the end of it there. Previously, it was rumored that Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto IV was also said to face a new experience.
Recently, the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea on June 15th for Red Dead Redemption, which released in May 2010. From Gematsu, it is also said the classification number ‘CC-NV-230615-001’ referenced both console and PC with the respect ‘NV’ and ‘NP’ identifiers.
Originally releasing for the Xbox 360 & PlayStation 3, Red Dead Redemption received a plentiful amount of in-game add-ons and expansion, ‘Undead Nightmare’. However, PC never properly welcomed an official version of Red Dead Redemption. Additionally, the game also lacks any next-generation versions as well.
Noted, newer Xbox systems can entertain Red Dead Redemption with backwards compatibility support. In addition, Xbox One X & Xbox Series X owners can re-experience the game with 4K resolution support too. Altogether, while a new rating could mean a lot of things, there is no direct confirmation a remake or remastering of the title is on the way as of reporting.
What are you hoping to see from the recent Red Dead Redemption rating?
Red Dead Redemption is out now for Xbox 360 & PlayStation 3.