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Red Dead Redemption new release accidentally confirmed in database leak

Red Dead Redemption new release accidentally confirmed in database leak

EpicDB has revealed a number of unannounced projects

Update: Epic Games have provided the following statement, "We released an update tonight so third-party tools can’t surface any new unpublished product titles from the Epic Games Store catalogue.” The original article remains below.

Anyone who’s used Steam will also likely have used SteamDB, a third-party database that provides users with insight on everything featured on the storefront.

From player counts to download figures, there’s plenty of interesting tidbits stored on there, and anyone can view it.

It appears that a competitor has now been set up to monitor the Epic Games Store, aptly titled EpicDB.

The issue is that hours after going live, EpicDB users appear to have uncovered several unannounced projects in what’s being dubbed a major leak.

The files in question were rapidly spotted by ResetEra and Famiboards users shortly after the website went live.

Leaked projects seemingly include a Final Fantasy XVI PC port, a Final Fantasy IX remake, a new Turok game, and a The Last of Us Part II PC port.

It also appears as if the database has confirmed the existence of the suspected upcoming PC port of Rockstar Games’ original Red Dead Redemption.

Take a look at some of our favourite Red Dead Redemption 2 wins and fails below.

As spotted by Twitter user rollschuh2282 (via videotechuk_), EpicDB seemingly reveals that the port will have a download size of 9.17GB.

This puts it on par with the download size of the PlayStation 5 version, to give you some idea of what to expect in terms of resolution.

This project first surfaced back in May when dataminer Tez2 uncovered marketing strings relating to the port.

It’s clear that EpicDB is able to access private listings as well as public ones but as pointed out by, it’s not yet clear if the site is using publicly available Epic Games API for its database.

While codenames have largely been used on these unannounced projects, the studio tied to the project is readily available which is why fans have quickly been able to figure out what’s going on.

That being said, fake listings have now started to appear so do take all leaks with a pinch of salt.

Featured Image Credit: Rockstar Games

Topics: Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games, PC, Epic Games