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Rockstar Games is teasing a Red Dead Redemption announcement. Through the wordless transformation of logo colors featuring the black and red motif known to be a trademark of the said game, the public is now wondering if this could be a signal of a sequel coming.
The usual black, yellow or white logo seen on Rockstar Games' Twitter Facebook and official website are now replaced with black and red. This color being the visual aesthetic of the Red Dead Redemption on loading screens and promotional artwork brings excitement to many as speculation arises for the possible update on the game or maybe a new game soon to come.
As many are beginning to believe the possibility of a Red Dead Redemption update following, questions still remain in their minds if the Rockstar Games tease meant the follow-up for the series or re-release for the Red Dead Redemption. The Red Dead Revolver PS4 re-release that happened on October 11, makes the Redemption fanatic hold on stronger to their hope for the same thing to happen to their favorite game world series.
Another hope arising is the long and popular request for a Red Dead Redemption PC version. This hope, however, was ended last year by Kris Roberts, Rockstar Games lead multiplayer designer for Red Dead Redemption. He said that Rockstar never seriously considered of coming up with a PC version instead he revealed that Redemption was designed to be only a console title.
Fanatics continue to study the pattern on how Rockstar Games introduced and released their games in the past. They are looking at how Grand Theft Auto V was introduced in 2011, giving very few details at the start and introducing the first trailer a week after, The IGN reported.
The pattern may not be enough to support the speculations of the Red Dead Redemption update or a new game coming but one thing remains for sure, the earliest possible time that this tease will materialize is April 2017, Game Spot reported.
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