There were many reports in the past regarding Rockstar Games and their plans of releasing a sequel to one of the best games of all time, and a new LinkedIn profile-leak has added even more fuel to the fire.
NerdLeaks spotted an interesting information in the LinkedIn profile of a former 3D artist that worked for Rockstar Games. The artist’s profile notes that he worked for the company on several projects, including Red Dead Redemption 2.
The artist worked at Rockstar Games between October 2006 to February 2016, which also fits within the timeline regarding the original release of Red Dead Redemption and the sequels allegedly development.
Another thing worth mentioning though, are the weird typos that are included in the description of the 3D artist’s resume, so maybe this is just some kind of mistake when he tried to add the original Red Dead Redemption to his resume.
One thing is for sure though. The story about Red Dead Redemption 2 will keep spreading rumors across the internet, until the arrival of E3. If this project is going to happen, Rockstar Games would probably want to announce it there. Let’s also hope to see Red Dead Redemption 2 getting released for PC, since the first game was only available for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 users.
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