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Red Dead Redemption 2 'live-action TV series' looks almost perfect

Red Dead Redemption 2 'live-action TV series' looks almost perfect

This Red Dead Redemption 2 'live-action TV series' looks almost perfect to be true.

The Red Dead Redemption franchise from Rockstar Games is certainly one of its most popular and one that fans simply cannot get enough of.

Rockstar Games’ Red Dead series first began all the way back in 2004 with Red Dead Revolver, a linear action-adventure starring a Clint Eastwood-inspired gunslinger by the name of Red Harlow.

However, Rockstar would reach the pinnacle of its wild-west series in 2010 with Red Dead Redemption, followed by its 2019 (pre) sequel. While Red Dead Revolver achieved quite modest scores in the 70s on Metacritic, its two follow-ups would each score in the high 90s, confirming them to be amongst the greatest video games of all time.

Sadly, it’s fast approaching four years since our last entry in the beloved Red Dead Redemption series and fans are desperate to see more. To add to the woes of fans, it was reported that Rockstar Games not only planned to release a remaster of GTA IV but also 2010’s RDR, before they were both unceremoniously cancelled.

There’s little that can question that Red Dead Redemption wouldn't make for a fantastic TV series or movie. In fact, it’s the exact reason why a YouTube channel has dedicated its whole content to that prospect.

The YouTube channel in question is befittingly called ‘The Red Dead Redemption 2’ show and it uses in-game cinematics and gameplay to tell a story from a different perspective. This channel has already proven to be a massive hit with fans and we really recommend checking it out, if you haven't already.

However, using AI technology, a Reddit user has posted a batch of images that gives us a taste of what Red Dead Redemption 2 may look like if it was adapted into an official movie or TV series.

Though oddly, I swear Liam Hemsworth’s face is used at least a couple of times in the AI-generated images, as is Ryan Gosling. That being said, perhaps nothing is as odd as Dutch smoking a finger, and does Arthur Morgan’s gun have hair? Seriously, the more you examine these images at close inspection, the more disturbing they get.

In related news, the dog that played Cain in Red Dead Redemption 2 has recently passed away. RIP best boy. Red Dead Redemption and its sequel are available on PC, PlayStation and Xbox.

Featured Image Credit: Rockstar Games

Topics: Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games, TV And Film