Red Dead Redemption 2
So it’s official (R*) Rockstar have announced that Red Dead Redemption 2 should be here fall 2017! Rockstar have released a trailer, well more of a continued teaser to add to the original image that was posted on Rockstars twitter feed. (Original Rockstar Post)
Red Dead Redemption 2 Story?
The trailer does really well at not giving away too much information on story or plots.
“Listen to me, when the time comes you got to run and don’t look back”
These being the only words spoken in the trailer and the only words that give a small story. So what does this mean? Are we going to take on the role of another outlaw. Would we be committing crimes and rampaging across the wild west or would the story be more based on survival, run, hide away and don’t look back as the trailer said.
The open world
The first thing you will notice about the trailer is the amazing visual results the landscapes look stunning. you can see vast open world mapping, wildlife and what looks like town shops or markets.
Let’s just hope we don’t have to grind animal furs again to advance our amour and weaponry.
The biggest question of them all is, what does this mean for us PC gamers?
The official Red Dead Redemption 2 YouTube video description states: for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One there is no mention of PC or additional platforms.
Wait so what does this mean for us PC gamers? Before I try to answer this question.
Grab a handful of member berries and let me take you back to a time when GTA 5 wasn’t on PC.
Yes you read that correctly GTA 5 wasn’t on PC when the game first launched. There was a giant partition being signed by gamers around the world to show proof to (R*) Rockstar that we PC gamers want this game. (Personally I think it was to show proof that we would purchase the game rather than bootleg it.) Over a year later from its original launch the EPIC PC version was released in all its 60+ gigabytes of glory.
Because of past release of GTA5, I believe Red Dead Redemption 2 will be released for PC but don’t expect it to come out on its official release.