Red Dead Redemption 2 Not Happening As Rockstar Skips PlayStation Meeting

Lots of fans are hoping for Red Dead Redemption 2 to become a reality. After all, the first installment proved to be a massive hit, earning a solid name in the industry. Unfortunately though, contrary to what most players expected, Rockstar was a no-show in the recently held PlayStation Meeting. Does this mean that the upcoming title is no longer arriving?

There have been lots of Red Dead Redemption 2 rumors surfacing since time immemorial. Unfortunately, Rockstar has yet to react or make official announcements, making the wait a little bit more intense. Nevertheless, as reported here at iTech Post, an industry insider by the name of Tidux claims that the studio will announce a new title during the so-called PlayStation Meeting.

Sadly, the aforesaid meeting commenced, but no sign of neither Red Dead Redemption 2 nor even Rockstar, as reported by iDigital Times. This only somehow confirms that RDR2 might not be announced this year. That the company has no plans of unveiling it to the general public anytime soon. Or perhaps, worst case scenario, it won't be happening at all.

It should be noted that this Red Dead Redemption 2 at PlayStation Meeting idea is somewhat similar to what happened prior to Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2016. It was believed that Take-Two will do a big reveal, stirring the possibility of Rockstar being part of it. However, the show happened, but the studio was never part of it.

The question that remains: will Rockstar pursue Red Dead Redemption 2? By the looks of it, it's unlikely to happen. Or maybe it will, but it won't be announced anytime soon. So for the fans as well as the community as a whole, it's better not to get their hopes high. Everything, as of now, is a mystery.

What are your thoughts on Red Dead Redemption 2? Do you think Rockstar still plans to develop the sequel? Let us know what you think at the comment section below!

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