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Red Dead Redemption 2? Why people have gone crazy over a teasing image

Grand Theft Auto publisher Rockstar doesn’t work like other game companies, which is why two tweets have caused an explosion of excitement Nobody announces anything on a Sunday afternoon. Nobody except Rockstar, of course. The publisher behind the multimillion selling Grand Theft Auto series put out one tweet on the afternoon of 16 October – a refreshed version of its own logo, on a red background.
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