‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ Most Likely to be Announced at E3 as Rockstar Teases About Making its Presence Felt at the Event

Recently, the game was shortly available for playing on Xbox One until it was shut down a few days later. Rockstar released a statement that they will be revealing new information about their plans for “Red Dead Redemption 2” during E3.

Xbox Live Programming director Larry Hyrb explained that there was an error in their system that led to some games being playable in the console. Hyrb assured that the team already removed all access to those games and apologized for the confusion.

Take-Two had a pretty off year in 2015, but they started 2016 with a bang. “XCOM 2” has received a high review score and has sold really well, despite being released only on the PC.

Across both studios, their current slate boasts “Civilization Revolution 2 Plus” and many more. Going one step further, speculations say that Rockstar will be rolling out plans for the single-player DLC for “Grand Theft Auto V.”

Parent Herald reports that the game developer will also be publishing “Battleborn” in May and the third installment of the “Mafia” series later this year.

They also previously announced that a new “Borderlands” game is in development. Also, rumors of a special edition called “Bioshock: The Collection” has recently surfaced to finally make the compilation official.

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