The Red Dead Redemption 2 launch was record-breaking, so we should expect it to be as enduringly successful as GTA 5, maybe the most successful title created by Rockstar Games. But what about when Red Dead Redemption 3 could come out? Judging after the success of RDR 2 and the case of GTA 5 and the future of GTA 6, we might wait more than eight years for the next title in the Red Dead Redemption franchise.
Nonetheless, the first Red Star Redemption rolled out in 2010 and the sequel launched last year, in 2018. So the fans have waited eight years before getting the second title in the series. But Red Dead Redemption 2 promises to be a very successful title, and its Red Dead Redemption Online mode is already very popular, so we can only expect it to become even more appreciated and trendy.
The same has happened with GTA 5 and GTA Online. And as we can see by now, Rockstar Games is continuously postponing the announcement of GTA 6.
Red Dead Redemption 3: We Might Wait More Than 8 Years For The Next Title In The Franchise
We are sure that Rockstar Games will eventually release a Red Dead Redemption 3 since the current title in the franchise is very successful, and the fans would love a sequel. But we might have to wait a very long period before enjoying the third installment in the series. In the meantime, on the other hand, we might get GTA 6 which was rumored to come to next-gen consoles so that it might launch in 2020-2021 interval.
Also, Red Dead Redemption Online is already popular, so, as in the case of GTA Online, might force Rockstar Games to postpone the production of the Red Dead Redemption 3, as the company is already doing with GTA 6.
According to what we know so far about Rockstar Games, Red Dead Redemption 3 might come out around 2026, even though we hope the games studio to hurry up with the sequel.
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