On the page Facebook of the American house software has just emerged a new image, which would seem to leave no room for further misunderstanding: Rockstar Games is working on a new project related to the series of Red Dead.
There were no official announcements, but communication could come from momentum to the next, as well as the screams and screams of the biggest fans who follow the series from the time of Red Dead Revolver the 2004.
To date, six years have passed since the publication of Red Dead Redemption su PlayStation 3 e Xbox 360: what moves will take Rockstar Games in the production of this highly anticipated title?
It's only a matter of hours before the long-awaited revelation dazzles the most confident lovers of the series.
Meanwhile we can not do anything but stay awaiting further updates. To make the wait sweeter we attach the beautiful image published by the US software house on its official Facebook profile.
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