Could Rockstar Games actually be working on a Red Dead Redemption 2 narrative DLC? A new theory emerges from Australia.
We return to talk about Red Dead Redemption 2 and a possible narrative DLC that could be currently being worked on at Rockstar Games.
After the bogus rumors circulated on Reddit last July, a new leak would seem to refer to this eventuality. As the source reports, in Australia, the IARC(International Age Rating Coalition) recently banned a Rockstar product called “Bonaire”.
Apparently the name would not seem to have links with the other productions of the team founded by the Houser brothers, but in reality, there is a connection just with the last production of the Californian studio.
Bonaire is in fact a Caribbean atoll and as those who played the last adventure of Rockstar will remember, Arthur Morgan and other members of the band find themselves in Garma, a tropical island located in the same geographical area. There would, therefore, seem to be some sort of connection.
Someone suggested that the document could refer to Bully 2, but unlike RDR 2 there are no indications of a possible connection with the production. Equally unlikely it could be something about Grand Theft Auto, so the track leading to Red Dead Redemption 2 remains the most accredited.
As noted by Kotaku, it is not clear why this hypothetical expansion should receive a ban on the Australian market, given that the main game was marketed regularly. Among the hypotheses, there is also the possibility that it may be the next Red Dead Online location, but this would not explain the reason for the measure undertaken by the IARC. For the time being, Rockstar has not released any official statements.