It probably means nothing but you never know.
As more and more mod makers for Grand Theft Auto V dig into the games files and find their way around the unofficially named RAEA (Rockstar Annoying Encryption Algorithm), the encryption is starting to finally make sense. It would appear as though it’s in place to help try and hide away some files that Rockstar might not have wanted you to see, or perhaps they did want you to see them but only if you worked for it. Time will tell.
After cracking open some of the games files, they found files that relate to Red Dead Redemption and Agent, which in case you’ve forgotten is a stealth action video game that was first announced in 2009. What they found in relation to the popular western shooter Red Dead Redemption, a game that has all but demanded a sequel, was what appears to be a functional head model. It’s unlikely that this means there’s a PC port of Red Dead coming soon, but not impossible. What’s more likely is some GTA V / Red Dead inspired DLC of some sort. Maybe.
What they found in relation to Agent is nothing of any consequence, but it’s worth showing you anyway. An image was found showing the words “AGENT TEST REEL” in white against a black background. There’s not much else to say about it other than, at least it still exists.