After months of speculation, Rockstar Games has finally confirmed the re-release of Red Dead Redemption and its horror-themed expansion, Undead Nightmare. However, fans hoping for a complete remaster of the game may be disappointed, as the graphics and gameplay will remain largely unchanged.
The highly-anticipated package will be available for the first time ever on the Nintendo Switch, as well as on modern PlayStation systems. Players can expect to continue the wild west adventures of John Marston after the events of Red Dead Redemption 2, including the thrilling Undead Nightmare, where they must fight to survive.
While many fans were hopeful for a full remaster, leaks and rumors surrounding the game suggested otherwise. Despite some speculation, the re-release will not feature the same caliber graphics as Red Dead Redemption 2, as it is simply a re-release and not a remake.
For players with next-gen consoles like the PS5, there is good news, as the game will have backward compatibility. However, for PC players, there is no word yet on a re-release for their platform.
The Red Dead Redemption community, which has remained active and passionate over the years, continues to hold out hope for a remaster or a PC launch in the future. As we eagerly await the next announcement from Rockstar Games, fans also eagerly anticipate news and updates on the highly-anticipated GTA 6.