Remasters of GTA 4 and Red Dead Redemption were reportedly in the works at Rockstar, according to a recent report from a purported insider. But later shelved in the wake of the disappointing reception to the remastered GTA Trilogy games. According to a recent Kotaku report, Rockstar may have put Red Dead Redemption and GTA 4 on hold to concentrate more on GTA 6. Over a hundred bugs in the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition later fixed with an update.
Rockstar acknowledged that GTA 6 is in development in February. According to a report by Kotaku, Rockstar is now concentrating on finishing and releasing Grand Theft Auto 6. Red Dead Redemption and GTA 4 remakes are still possible, despite this. After Release of GTA 6, the developer anticipated beginning work on these remasters. Red Dead redemptions remaster has been in Rockstar’s plans for a while. However, the developer appears to have changed its strategy for the time being after observing the underwhelming reception for GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition and the rising demand for GTA 6. Follow our website Stoptechy.com to find out about the most recent news!!!!!
Release of GTA 6 anticipated to debut by 2025, though nothing has been confirmed as of yet. There are rumors that the game will return to Vice City and feature an ever-evolving map like Fortnite. Similar to GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2, GTA 6 might also include a dedicated online component. Although the plot of GTA 6 is still largely unknown. It is possible that, like earlier games in the series, it will contain some satirical and criminal stories. Rockstar anticipated to provide additional GTA 6 information in the upcoming months. Despite this, the game may have unofficially sold nearly 10 million copies across all platforms.