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Arthur Morgan actor Roger Clark has said he’s “certain” that Rockstar will eventually make Red Dead Redemption 3, but that he may not be involved.
The actor took to X (formerly Twitter) in the wake of the first GTA 6 trailer to respond to fans asking if he thought that the Scottish developer would ever return to the Red Dead Redemption series, following 2018’s Red Dead Redemption 2.
However, he also suggested that should the game ever happen, he likely won’t be reprising the role of Arthur.
“I’m certain we will see RDR3 one day”, he replied. “When that will be – I have absolutely no idea. Don’t count on Arthur’s involvement either. His story has been told, I feel.”
Red Dead Redemption 2 has sold over 55 million copies to date.
According to research firm Circana (formerly NPD Group), it’s the second best-selling title in US over the past five years based on dollar sales.
A Nintendo Switch version of Red Dead Redemption 2 was spotted on the Brazilian ratings board’s website in September but hasn’t been officially announced.
Rockstar was due to premiere its GTA 6 trailer on Tuesday. However, late on Monday, an anonymous X (formerly Twitter) account forced its hand by uploading a low-res and heavily watermarked version of the reveal video early.
The account which posted the trailer was quickly banned from X, and shortly after Rockstar published an official version of the trailer, writing: “Our trailer has leaked so please watch the real thing on YouTube.”
One GTA 6 developer expressed their disappointment on social media following the trailer’s leaking and early publication, claiming it had robbed them of plans to watch the live reaction with the rest of the development team.