A side of the chaos generated by the more than complex debut of Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy: The Definitive Edition on the videogaming market, a sighting made by the community generates further frenzy around the activities of Rockstar Games
But what exactly is this ferment due to? Well, at the center of attention we find no less than a reference to a supposed Red Dead Redemption 3, spotted on the LinkedIn profile of a software house employee. Specifically, the Lead AI Programmer Simon Parr, part of Rockstar Games’ staff for over seven years, declares on his professional profile that he can boast “two years of experience in driving the team responsible for the AI of vehicles during the development
Simon Parr continues by saying that he has contributed to the development of the following games already published: GTA V Next Gen, GTA V: Heist and Red Dead Redemption 2. Among the positions held by the programmer, we find the roles of AI Programmer, between 2014 and 2016, Senior AI Programmer, between 2016 and 2018, and, finally, Lead AI Programmer, a position assumed in 2019 and currently still active. The year 2018, we remember, coincides with the year of publication of Red Dead Redemption 2: that immediately after the work started on a Red Dead Redemption 3?
A possibility that cannot be excluded a priori, but that at the moment does not find any official confirmation. By adopting every caution, one could even assume a simple typo in the expression “RDR3,” although the time references indicated by Simon Parr seem to coincide with the launch in 2019 of a new project at Rockstar Games. All you have to do is wait to find out more!