A recent leak of FTC documents has revealed that Microsoft was aware of plans for Red Dead Redemption 2 to launch on the ninth generation of consoles, including Xbox Series X and S. The leak suggests that Take-Two, the parent company of Rockstar Games, was working on bringing the game natively to the current-gen consoles.
The leaked documents, which have been shared on social media, also mention a disk-less refresh design for the Xbox Series X and a new Xbox controller with haptic feedback. While these details are exciting for gamers, the lack of an official announcement or release date for the RDR2 port has left fans wondering when they can expect to play the game on their current-gen consoles.
It is worth noting that Rockstar Games recently released Red Dead Redemption on other platforms, indicating that the company is not hesitant to bring their games to new platforms. However, considering the time that has passed since the leak and the lack of a port announcement, it is advisable to keep expectations in check.
The leak has generated significant buzz among gamers, who have expressed their disappointment in the comments section of various online platforms. Many are eagerly waiting for a next-gen port of Red Dead Redemption 2, hoping to experience the game’s stunning open-world western adventure on their new consoles.
While the leak provides some insight into Take-Two’s plans for the game, it is uncertain when exactly the next-gen port will be released. Fans will have to wait for an official announcement from Rockstar Games or Take-Two for more information on the highly anticipated port.
– FTC leaked documents from Microsoft and Bethesda
– Synth Potato (Ameer) on Twitter
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