Rockstar and Take-Two have been maddeningly cagey about Red Dead Redemption 2 PC, the continued popularity of GTA Online on Steam makes prospects for the port good, though it's still as yet unconfirmed. A narrator goes over everything throughout the video, explaining important information about what people are seeing.
The original Red Dead Redemption released back in 2010 for Xbox 360 and PS3. We wouldn't mind another, though. We catch glimpses of mountains, dense forests, steamy swamps, deserts, dusty cattle towns, more modern cities, and more.
However, unlike the sequel, you can interact with these citizens in a much deeper way. What's interesting is the morality system that the game appears to be shooting for, as you're in control of how honourable Arthur can be.
Your interactions with the world aren't limited to dealing with the people in it. Hunting plays a large role in Red Dead Redemption 2, as it can help support your camp and earn you money.
Speaking of animals, your relationship with your horse is also important in Red Dead Redemption 2. In a 6 minute trailer, there's a lot to take in, and the next gameplay video promises to focus on missions and activities.
Rockstar has released a few cinematic trailers to tease their upcoming release of the hotly anticipated Red Dead Redemption II, but on August 8 they dropped their first trailer made up of exclusively in-game action.
So far, Rockstar has managed to keep an extremely tight lid on the assets for Red Dead Redemption 2, with practically all of the materials that have been shared with the public having come straight from the developer.
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