'Red Dead Redemption 2' Finally Happening? Will John Marston, Zombies Return? What We Know So Far

17 October 2016, 2:20 pm EDT By C. de Lacy Mobile & Apps

Some fans have already lost hope of seeing "Red Dead Redemption 2" from happening, let alone any "Red Dead" follow up game. However, Rockstar and its teasing game are too strong to ignore as the images they've posted are way too vexing.

Rockstar, the company behind "Red Dead Revolver" and "Red Dead Redemption," teases not once, but twice about the next game in the series. The image above is actually the second picture that Rockstar posted, which pretty much indicates that they are dead serious with another "Red Dead" game.

The first post Rockstar Games have made was a their very own logo, which is obviously covered in red, indicating the series' title.

If things are looking good, even before the year ends, fans might be seeing the much awaited sequel to the series or possibly a direct follow up to "Red Dead Redemption," which featured John Marston.

There have been tons of rumors of all kinds regarding the game's mechanics, characters, maps and the release date itself, but fans could be in for a treat as the game might be coming out earlier than we expect, which is a very big surprise.

No details are revealed yet and our bubbles could still be burst if this turns out to be a remake, a remaster or maybe even a movie. Hopefully, all those hard work keeping the cult-classic alive after six years are all worth it. In fact, a PC port would have been better for a lot of fans who missed it.

"Red Dead Redemption" was initially released back in 2010 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. There were no follow ups after that and it only got one major DLC, which was the "Undead Nightmare" add on, which featured a horror-themed content and zombies.

Stay tuned for more news bits and updates on the game that we've waited for almost forever, "Red Dead Redemption 2" or whichever Rockstar Games will decide to call it.

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