Red Read Redemption 2 Is Called Legends Of The West? To Sport VR Capability

There has been much speculations about Red Dead Redemption 2 since time immemorial. Fans have been wondering if Rockstar Games will indeed develop it. And since there's no official word, most of them rely on what industry insiders say. Now, the upcoming title is believe to sport a VR feature. Aside from that, to the surprise of many, it's said to be titled as Legends of the West.

It should be noted, though, that many believe Red Dead Redemption 2 isn't happening at all. Why? That's because, contrary to what others have expected, Rockstar didn't make it to the PlayStation Meeting. The latter is where the studio was supposed to unveil the sequel.

Nevertheless, there are Red Dead Redemption 2 fans who hope that it'll indeed become a reality. In fact, there are those who suggest that the title will introduce a VR capability. However, in order for the compatibility to work, the title needs to run efficiently on consoles that offer higher resolutions (4K HD resolution in particular), as reported by Game & Guide.

Seeing Red Dead Redemption 2 as a VR-ready game, the question that needs answer is how far its technology can go. With virtual reality headsets becoming a huge thing in the market, Rockstar will definitely weigh its inclusion.

Now, the most interesting of all these Red Dead Redemption 2 rumors is its official title. According to Vine Report, the forthcoming sequel will instead be called Legends of the West. Or perhaps, it'll be part of the game's official title.

Most certainly than not, Rockstar will give out an official statement regarding Red Dead Redemption 2 in the near future. It could either be about its confirmed arrival, or perhaps the studio will shed some light on its real status quo.

What are your thoughts on Red Dead Redemption 2 having a VR feature? Does it sound interesting or not? How about calling it Legends of the West? Let us know what you think at the comment section below!

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