After the wild success of this Red Dead Redemption installment, everyone in the gaming community is left to wander whether there will be another sequel in the famous western series. Personally, I think that Red Dead Redemption 3 will appear at some point, but it will take some time. In this article, we will consider all of the factors involved in the potential creation of a third Red Dead Redemption.
The Great Success
So, to go over it again, Red Dead Redemption 2 was a massive hit. That came many years after Red Dead Redemption, which was also an incredible hit. Essentially, that means that fans of the series are used to not getting their game for a long time, but also have incredibly high expectations regarding the quality of the content. Anyway, this is a bit early for speculation, as we might only get the third installment of the series a long, long time from now.
Sure, Rockstar Games is, after all, a profit-making company. Their main goal is to make money and, business-wise, it does not make sense to simply give up on a series that is at the height of its fame, bringing in raving reviews and definitely making a lot of sales. Artistically speaking, though, the story of Van Der Linde’s gang is finished. It was told in its entirety in the two installments and there is no way to add more content to that particular story.
There is also another reason why Red Dead Redemption 3 will probably not appear on our shelves right away. There are many other projects that Rockstar Games has lined up for their fans. This is all keeping the company occupied and, who knows, it might also keep us dreaming about another Western game. To see what other projects they have, check out the official page of Rockstar Games.
Chin Cullin has only been working as a journalist for just a few short years. Chin attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from digital design to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Chin also helps keep Henri Le Chat Noir up and running as our webmaster.