Red Dead Redemption's Updated Logo Hints at an Upcoming Remaster

Some fans have interpreted Rockstar's new logo for RDR as yet another clue that a remaster is in the works.

Amidst the ongoing rumors about a potential remaster of the original Red Dead Redemption by Rockstar, the game studio has made an intriguing update on its official website. They have unveiled a slightly altered logo for the game and included the title "Red Dead Redemption (Rockstar Presents Ver)" in their list of games.

At first glance, this change might seem like a minor and insignificant adjustment. However, given the already existing speculations surrounding the remaster, many fans have interpreted it as another hint that an enhanced version of RDR could be on its way.

Among the first to notice the update was TezFunz2, a dedicated Rockstar enthusiast. According to Tez, the new title is codenamed RDR1RSP, which likely stands for Red Dead Redemption 1 RockStar Presents. Alternatively, it could also be seen as a reference to a Red Dead Redemption 1 Remaster Single-Player version. These discoveries have only fueled the anticipation of a possible remaster release in the near future.

The entire "RDR Remaster" gossip began circulating in 2022, triggered by reports of Rockstar's cancellation of remasters for Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto IV due to the negative feedback received for GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.

The speculation was reinvigorated and gained new momentum in June when the title received a fresh rating from The Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea, with the classification number "CC-NV-230615-001", indicating its status as a console game.

Additionally, some sources suggest that if the remaster is indeed in development, its official announcement is imminent. "Imminent" in this case could mean as early as next week, right before Take-Two Interactive's upcoming earnings call scheduled for August 8.

Moreover, Take-Two has also been observed to have intentions of launching "two new iterations of previously-released titles in 2024", and given the new rating and the updated logo, it is entirely possible that one of these titles could indeed be a remastered version of Red Dead Redemption.

What do you think about the new logo? Is it a clue or just a misinterpreted formality? Would you play a remastered version of the original Red Dead Redemption? Leave your thoughts in the comments!

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