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Could Rockstar drop a shock GTA 6 or Red Dead Redemption 2 reveal at Gamescom 2016?

Rockstar may be planning to unveil Red Dead Redemption 2 or GTA 6 at Gamescom 2016, if a recent financial report is anything to go by.

Known for its work on Grand Theft Auto, Bully and Max Payne, Rockstar also rocked the world with Red Dead Redemption back in 2010.

Rumours regarding a potential sequel have been running rampant for a while now, leaving many to believe a reveal is on the way.

Well, we might not have long to wait. According to Rockstar’s latest financial report (via Gamespot) the studio “is hard at work on some exciting future projects that will be revealed soon.”

Such a statement gives us the impression that an announcement is brewing at Rockstar, and it could very well be coming at Gamescom later this month.

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We’d take this with a hefty grain of salt for now, as Rockstar is known for staying incredibly secretive regarding future projects.

It’s also worth noting that the developer has such a large reputation it needn’t wait until industry events to announce Red Dead 2, just look at GTA V.

Either way, we’re certainly excited to hear more about what Rockstar’s been working on. Are you? Let us know in the comments.

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