Red Dead Redemption II gameplay trailer will blow your mind

Red Dead Redemption II gameplay trailer will blow your mind

Read Dead Redemption 2 rides onto Xbox One and PS4 on October 14. A narrator goes over everything throughout the video, explaining important information about what people are seeing.

On the gameplay front, Red Dead Redemption 2 appears to have a refreshingly stripped down HUD, with only a small mini-map and the occasional dialogue options on screen. We see how, as part of the Van der Linde gang, he travels across the midwest and frontier. It does seem a bit odd the original Red Dead Redemption never did come to PC.

In the trailer, Morgan is seen interacting with characters in a variety of ways based on contextual conversation prompts. You can start fights or squash them, save people or let them perish.

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Though previously Rockstar Games has shown off cinematic trailers, this is the first time any gameplay has been shared. When forced to leave an area, the gang sets up a camp. It won "Game of the Year" accolades from a number of publishers and sold over 15 million copies so it's not hard to understand why even if you didn't get to play it. But watch out, because the animals are just as temperamental as people can be. Unfortunately, though, neither Take-Two nor Rockstar provided any additional details or hints as to what the gameplay footage will be focused on.

By now, video game fans should be well aware that Rockstar Games has been working on Red Dead Redemption 2, a new title in one of the studio's most beloved series.

So, looks like Red Dead Redemption 2 will play a lot like the first Red Dead Redemption!

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