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Korean authorities have rated Purple Useless Redemption, Rockstar Video games’ unique cowboy epic, as of June 15, 2023. The itemizing, found and shortly propagated on-line, has fueled rampant hypothesis {that a} remaster of the game is on the way in which. In different corners, like ours, that is trigger for some enthusiasm, on condition that the unique Purple Useless Redemption by no means launched on PC.

Throwing a giant ol’ wrench in that concept is that this element: It is a ranking for console, stories Gematsu, because the letters “NV” in its rankings classification signifies. PC video games have an “NP” classification. That does not rule out the existence of a PC model, but it surely does imply this precise itemizing ain’t it.

In case you are questioning, sure, the unique Purple Useless Redemption on PS3 did have a Korean version in 2010—this is not only a native launch 13 years late. The Korean rankings board has been the source of leaks prior to now, as with God of Conflict: Ragnarok and Marvel’s Midnight Suns.

The final we heard of a Purple Useless Redemption remaster was July 2022, when a Rockstar insider leaked that plans for a remaster of RDR and Grand Theft Auto 4 have been sketched in and out consideration. That was earlier than the disastrous reception of remaster Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy, which was infamously buggy. That unhealthy launch supposedly led to Take-Two deciding to not pursue additional remasters—although the Trilogy remaster it was financially profitable sufficient for his or her CEO to publicly boast about it.

Followers of Purple Useless Redemption 2 and Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC are clearly excited on the thought of extra from their favourite sequence coming to their platform of alternative, particularly with the potential for modding. That pleasure has fueled years of hypothesis about Rockstar’s plans for ports, first of the GTA Trilogy and now with Purple Useless Redemption. Each stop and desist despatched to a fan mission within the run as much as GTA: The Trilogy added gasoline to wild-eyed wishes for remasters and ports.

Anyway, if and after we get Purple Useless Redemption on PC, I simply hope Jack Black is there ready for us.