It appears that Rockstar could be on the brink of announcing Red Dead Redemption 2 after updating its Facebook and Twitter profile images.
A Red Dead Redemption 2 announcement has been expected for some time after Grand Theft Auto V released. The Wild West set title was a massive hot on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and has even been made backwards compatible with Xbox One.
The combination of the Red Dead Redemption setting combined with the online service of GTA Online is something we are excited to see ourselves as we are sure the Online service is making enough for Rockstar to include in any new title.
The familiar red background with the Rockstar logo on it looks familiar to the background that Red Dead Redemption had on its box art.
Rockstar is embarking on the biggest and most important heist ever with the release of Grand Theft Auto Online The Doomsday Heist. The Doomsday Heist comes to GTAV on the 12th December 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players. To see why you want to carry out the heist and what the story is, […]
Rockstar’s GTAV continues to grow and has sold a reported 85 million copies since it launched in September 2013. The new figures make GTAV the “all-time best-selling video game” ever in the US based on revenue and units sold across digital and physical releases. The figures were announced in Take-Two’s earnings call for the quarter […]
If you are looking forward to putting your detective skills to work in Rockstar’s LA Noire and own a Nintendo Switch, you may need to do some pre-launch detective work. Rockstar has confirmed via the eShop that LA Noire is 29GB meaning it won’t be able to be stored on the systems 32GB internal storage. […]
Rockstar has released a new Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer covering the story of young outlaw Arthur Morgan (Dutch) and the Van der Linde gang. The new story appears to be set before that of the original game since John Marston was a member of older Dutch’s gang. It would make sense for Rockstar to […]
L.A. Noire will cost $10 more on the Nintendo Switch than the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One due to what has become known as the “Switch Tax.” The increase in cost comes from the fact that putting a game on the Nintendo Switch’s cartridges costs more than it does to burn it onto Blu-ray. That […]