Following rumors that Red Dead 2 was cut out of Sony’s E3 press conference at the last minute, Sony’s Adam Boyes dispels all speculation by stating that nothing was cut at all.
One gamer finds unactivated links on the official Rockstar website in a sequence that seems to hint at the developer’s plans to announce two Red Dead titles in the near future.
With rumors circulating about the imminent reveal of a new Red Dead game, one writer looks at one other Rockstar title that could be possibly be unveiled instead.
A photograph appears to leak June 2016’s free Games with Gold, which will apparently include Ryse: Son of Rome on Xbox One and Red Dead Redemption on Xbox 360.
The evidence continues to stack up in favor of Red Dead Redemption 2 being in development at Rockstar Games, but will the studio announce it this year?
With rumors swirling about a potential sequel to the 2010 smash hit Red Dead Redemption, Game Rant lists what we want to see from Red Dead Redemption 2.
A NeoGAF user by the name of Mideon posts what is said to be the game map for the rumored Red Dead Redemption 2, which reveals surprising details about the game.
Website Frag Hero receives an anonymous e-mail that cites information from an ex-Rockstar Games employee revealing details about the rumored Red Dead Redemption 2.
Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive explains why it’s not interested in ‘milking’ popular franchises such as the Red Dead series or the Grand Theft Auto titles.
After joining the Xbox One backward compatibility list this weekend, Red Dead Redemption is once again unavailable, with Microsoft claiming it was on offer in error.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick explains why big name game franchises like Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption aren’t annual titles despite their popularity.
Microsoft group program manager Richard Irving explains why Red Dead Redemption isn’t on Xbox One via backward compatibility despite so many fans requesting it.
Kris Roberts, lead multiplayer designer of Red Dead Redemption, explains that the game’s development team never ‘seriously’ considered Red Dead Redemption PC.
Rockstar Games’ parent company, Take-Two Interactive, reveals that Red Dead Redemption has now shipped 14 million copies to retailers since it launched.
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With backward compatibility coming to Xbox One this year, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 officially passes Red Dead Redemption as the most wanted Xbox 360 game.
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