Red Dead Redemption 2 gets long-awaited gameplay footage

Red Dead Redemption 2 gets long-awaited gameplay footage

Nearly two years after Red Dead Redemption 2 was first announced by Rockstar, and less than three months before the game hits stores, we finally have our first legit, undisputed gameplay footage from the hugely anticipated open-world western sequel.

For those anxious to see more of this prequel, the team over at Rockstar promises that the latest reveal will be one worth waiting for ahead of the game's October release.

It's level of hype surrounding Red Dead Redemption 2 is kind of incredible, considering just how little we've actually seen of the game. All other marks and trademarks are properties of their respective owners.

The original Red Dead Redemption released back in 2010 for Xbox 360 and PS3. Luckily for us, as promised by Rockstar Games, the first gameplay trailer has been released.

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When asked about the possibility of Red Dead Redemption 2 coming to PC a year ago, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick only had this to say. We see how, as part of the Van der Linde gang, he travels across the midwest and frontier.

In previous games from the company, such as the GTA series, the most players could do with the NPCs in the world was run them over, shoot them, or hit a button to say a brief one-liner (often in the form of an insult). America is seeing the last of its wild western days, and local enforcements are making every effort to push the remaining gangs to extinction.

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. As deepening internal divisions threaten to tear the gang apart, Arthur must make a choice between his own ideals or loyalty to the gang who raised him.

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