The voice actor of John Marston is up for a Red Dead Redemption remake

We've got good news and bad news about a potential Red Dead Redemption remake.

We're hoping that Rockstar will at least trust another studio to release a PC port of Red Dead Redemption.

The good news is that the voice actor behind John Marston, Rob Wiethoff, is on board if Rockstar Games wants to remaster or remake the 2010 title. Unfortunately, he can't exactly confirm if it's in development.

In a recent interview with Dan Allen Gaming, Wiethoff had plenty of good things to say about his time with Rockstar Games. Wiethoff claims that he "can't really say enough good things about Rockstar," before adding that it would be "awesome" to see a remake of Red Dead Redemption.


Allen, who hosted the interview, guessed the next Red Dead Redemption could come out in four years' time based on the gap between the first two Red Dead Redemption games. But, since GTA 6 takes precedence over everything else, Allen joked that Red Dead Redemption 3 won't be here until "2030", to which Wiethoff replied that he'd be too old for the gig and he'd struggle to do the crouch running movements.

If you have an Xbox Series S/X or an Xbox One, you can play Red Dead Redemption via backwards compatibility with significant graphical improvements.

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In an ideal world, we'd already be looking forward to the release of remasters of GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption right now or even a remake of either one. But, the public backlash to the bug-ridden Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition changed this.

Now, it is believed that the studio has effectively ditched all other projects to make sure that GTA VI is the best game that it can be. This includes Red Dead Online, the remasters of GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption, as well as a next-gen version of Red Dead Redemption 2.

Ultimately, Take-Two Interactive appears to have Rockstar's back. In its latest earnings call, Take-Two praised Rockstar, saying that the long-time GTA developer "is determined to once again set creative benchmarks for the series, our industry, and for all entertainment."

Here's to hoping that Rockstar circles back to every project that it canceled to make GTA VI happen.


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Ray Ampoloquio
"Hmm.. nice bike," as soon as he heard those words, Ray was hooked into the world of the GTA games. Since then, he's spent countless hours gangbanging the ballas and hanging out with Roman. He insists that GTA IV is the best Grand Theft Auto title of all time. Let Ray know your thoughts on Twitter or LinkedIn.