Red Dead Redemption 2 was released to universal acclaim from critics and players less than a year ago. The game received many awards, and a stable version of Red Dead Online will be released in the following months. Now, even though it might be too early to talk about it, let’s see when Red Dead Redemption 3 might come out.
While the title was quite successful, many fans are already looking forward to the next entry series. Rockstar, which is also renowned for the famous GTA series (and other smaller titles) is known for the amount of time which is spent on working on incredible details. The studio spent eight years on the development of Red Dead Redemption 2. This means that a significant amount of time will pass until an announcement is offered on Red Dead Redemption 3.
Possible release date of Red Dead Redemption 3
In the past, Rockstar used to release one game every year. This cycle began in 1999 and lasted until 2013. Fans of the studio remember that the Red Dead series required a significant amount of development time.
Red Dead Revolver, the first title in the series, was released in 2004. Six years passed before Red Dead Redemption was released in 2010. And eight years were needed for Red Dead Redemption 2. By looking at these dates, it is easy to infer that the shortest development period will last for six years, while eight years appears to be the upper limit. The closest date that can be calculated by following this pattern is 2025.
It is essential to take into account that Rockstar Games may also opt to work on the new GTA 6 title before they begin to develop Red Dead Redemption 3.
Red Dead Redemption 3 trailer and supported platforms
Trailers are a big thing for Rockstar as the studio takes pride in the quality of the trailers which advertise their upcoming date. A Red Dead Redemption 3 trailer could surface before 2025, but that remains to be seen.
Since the PS4 and Xbox One are close to the end of their lifespan, the future Red Dead Redemption 3 game could be released for the upcoming generation of consoles. Until an official announcement is released, we can only hope that Red Dead Redemption 3 would be much better than RDR 2.
Hunter Texidor was born and raised in Toronto. He has written for Billboard, The Prague Post and Passport Magazine. In regards to academics, Sage earn his BBA from Mcmaster in Hamilton. Hunter covers business and economy stories here at Billionaire 365.