Just as when the fandom thought that Rockstar Games missed its summer announcement, the game developer has just revealed that they've got something cooked up for their western shooter fans. It may well seem that they are bound to provide #Details for their long-awaited game sequel - "#Red Dead Redemption 2."

Let the rumor mills spin

Rockstar recently took to Twitter to announce that they'll be rolling out the long overdue details to "Red Dead #Redemption 2." According to the tweet, they'll be dropping the bomb on Thursday, September 28 at 11 a.m. ET. It did not disclose what game will it be, but the fonts and how it was presented is very much "RDR."

The post wasn't able to disclose what Rockstar would be presenting, though fans believe that it could either be some new screenshots from the upcoming sequel or a second teaser trailer.

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Some even speculate that the game maker might officially roll out a definite date for the game's release that was bumped for next year. The only foreseeable worst case scenario is that Rockstar is announcing "RDR2" getting delayed for the second time.

Looking back

Fans might remember that "Red Dead Redemption 2" was announced way back in October of last year. However, no additional details about the game were dished out for seven months. It was in May of this year that Rockstar dropped some frustrating news as they revealed that the game's scheduled fall 2017 release will be pushed to spring of 2018.

Rockstar even posted a newsletter on their website stating that it is the first game to be developed "from the ground up" for current consoles in the market thus additional time is needed for them to deliver the best gaming experience.

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Alongside it is a promise that they'll be giving out additional information about "Red Dead Redemption 2" in summer (which is about to happen), followed by some awesome screenshots from the game.

Long forgotten

Prior to the recent announcement, fans of the cowboy laden shooter were all too worried about Rockstar not being able to deliver yet again. The game maker is known to delay most of its titles to a point that a few of them were never released. A good example is the stealth themed game dubbed as "Agent" that was supposed to be released for PlayStation 3." Despite some leaked photos from the game that went online in the past, "Agent" remained unreleased.

As above-mentioned Rockstar has yet to give a definite release date for "RDR2." Check out a video about the game here: