'Red Dead Redemption 2' Release Date, News & Update: Leaked Photos Pointing Sequel Is In The Making, Rockstar To Attend E3 With A Bang!

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Jun 06, 2016 08:44 AM EDT
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There are swirling rumors that Rockstar is about to introduce a follow-up game to its western action-adventure of 2010, "Read Dead Redemption." In fact, the hearsays are getting strong that "Red Dead Redemption 2" and a remaster, too, are in the works with leak photos surfacing online.

Leaked Photos

There are two leaked snaps from Reddit pointing that "Red Dead Redemption 2" either has a sequel or a prequel. The first one is an image of a map while the second one is a screenshot of the game, according to Metro.

However, it is not yet confirmed if these pictures are fake or only fan made as it has been said it is easy to tweak these photographs of "Red Dead Redemption 2."

The comments on the Reddit post discussed that the newest shot is from a former Rockstar employee. Also, the print depicting a destroyed home in "Red Dead Redemption 2" was never seen in the original "Red Dead Redemption."

'Red Dead Redemption 2' Coming This Year?

With this, many assume "Red Dead Redemption 2" is going to be released this year, as per Motoringcrunch.

To recall, Flaghero once said that the second installment is already being developed with a working title, "Red Dead Redemption 2: Legend of the West."

It has been said Rockstar is eyeing to make "Red Dead Redemption 2," although they didn't give announce any details about it.

Chances are and more likely to happen, the video game company will shed some light in the upcoming E3 on June 14 to 16.

Rockstar Will Attend E3 With A Bang

In fact, Rockstar CEO, Straus Zelnick, said in an interview with MCV that Rockstar is set to grace E3 with a bang, Gamenguide previously reported.

However, fans are still waiting for the game developer to announce its official statement about the complete details of "Red Dead Redemption 2."

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