For a few years now, it has become common for producers to look at some of their successful projects to work with remasters and remakes. One of these is Rockstar Games, which apparently thought of something like this to Grand Theft Auto IV and Red Dead Redemption.
According to information released by leaker Tez2 (which is quite popular in red dead and GTA), the producer intended to continue with something of the genre a few years ago, but gave up on the projects.
As per a reliable source with clear accuracy on Rockstar plans, remasters of GTA IV & RDR1 were on the table a few years ago, but Rockstar chose not to proceed with the projects in mind.
— Tez2 (@TezFunz2) July 4, 2022
“As a reliable source and with clear precision on Rockstar’s plans, remasters of GTA IV and RDR1 were in mind for a few years, but Rockstar decided not to stick with these projects. The poor reception of the DE trilogy [possivelmente se referindo a Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition] may have been the reaction behind this decision,” Tez2 wrote in his message.
Shortly after disclosing this information, the leaker mentioned that these projects were never actually in developmentand that the producer ended up abandoning both while everything was still in the field of ideas.
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