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Watch The New Trailer For 'Red Dead Redemption 2'

A new trailer is available for Red Dead Redemption 2, and it reveals more about the story and the characters you’ll encounter on your return to the land of cowboys and outlaws.

The gameplay footage, which was captured on a PlayStation 4, features the main protagonist, Arthur Morgan. In addition to collecting debt from people, he takes part in different “jobs” throughout the land. These include hijacking a train, confronting an enemy in the middle of town, or robbing a small bank. However, Morgan isn’t working alone in these scenarios. He’ll have allies in the form of Dutch Van Der Linde and his gang.

The game was initially slated for release sometime this fall. However, Rockstar announced in May that the launch date was pushed back to spring 2018. The studio said that the additional development time would allow its developers to “deliver the best experience possible to fans.”

The game is now available for pre-order for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms. Additional information on the PlayStation Blog mentioned that those on Sony’s console will get early access to online downloadable content before it becomes available on the Xbox One. There is (unfortunately) still no word on the game’s availability on PC.

NameRed Dead Redemption 2
TypeAction/Adventure, Western, Open world
DeveloperRockstar Games
PublisherRockstar Games
PlatformsPlayStation 4, Xbox One
Where To BuyBest BuyTargetWalmartGameStop
Release DateSpring 2018
  • clonazepam
    "I reckon I've kil't jus' 'bout everything that's walked or crawled, at one time or another..."

    Different movie but dangit if I don't love me some of the ol' west. Sign me up if it comes PC, tie 'em to the train tracks if it aint.
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  • nitrium
    Weird how GTA V was (still is) one of the most popular games on Steam, yet Rockstar shows no love for PC gamers with the RDR series. It's pretty simple for me: no PC version, no sale.
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  • cwolf78
    I'll gladly buy it for my PS4 Pro. I'm primarily a PC gamer, but to refuse to play anything that doesn't come to PC is, quite frankly, ridiculous... especially for no more than a console costs these days.
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  • faizanali1997
    @NITRIUM It's obviously going to come, eventually. They just want people to double dip for the PC version after buying the console versions, just like they do with everything. Shady practice, but there's a lot of money to be made, I'd do the same.
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