"With Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games aims to create a living world that's not simply open, but deeper and more interactive and detailed than ever, combining action, storytelling, and gameplay in new ways".
This one should explain itself, but as long as you're near a device connected to the internet that can play video, you'll be able to watch the gameplay reveal. Red Dead Redemption 2 will release on October 26, 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
So far, we know that the game is built in the RAGE engine which uses similar techniques to render characters that GTAV used - a notable step up from the first Red Dead Redemption game. Ready for some Wild West rowdiness now that you've seen more of RDR2?
Red Dead Redemption 2 tells a personal story. Rockstar has more gameplay videos lined up before the game's release, which will get into more detail about some key features.
Based on this trailer, however, Red Dead Redemption 2 is the first game to venture beyond the borders of Uncanny Valley.More news: Atletico Madrid defender Godin rejected massive Man Utd contract offer
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Rockstar announced only yesterday that we'd be shown a brand-new trailer, and it certainly didn't disappoint.
PC Gamer asked Take-Two, Red Dead Redemption 2's publisher, if the game will be coming to PC and he gave a practical non-answer.
As previously stated, you play as Arthur Morgan, part of the Van der Linde Gang.
Although there's a brief glimpse of the dead eye slow motion system, the video ends by saying that there'll be another gameplay trailer dealing with combat and mission activities. Feast your eyes on that attractive trailer below, and get excited for the game's impending release.