The latest video will be debuting on Thursday, August 9th at 11 AM ET / 8 AM PT. This time, players will take control of Arthur Morgan as he and the rest of the gang make their way through the American West. Rockstar has dropped an extended gameplay video for the sequel which offers a tantalizing glimpse of the open world splendor that awaits.
Though previously Rockstar Games has shown off cinematic trailers, this is the first time any gameplay has been shared. And if all of the previous trailers are any indicator, it will be a stunningly attractive yet brutal ride.
Tomorrow's gameplay reveal should highlight quite a few things including the game's seamless open world, its believable, living NPCs, gunplay and action sequences, and possibly a taste of the storyline. In Red Dead Redemption 2, your interactions with people matter. You are an outlaw, after all.
Following the vast success of Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar first announced a sequel to the critically-acclaimed title in October of 2016. After a robbery goes wrong in the town of Blackwater, Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang are forced to flee. You can even hang out with the gang, call out to other riders, or just stir up trouble. Your gang will set up various camps along the way through the main mission, and these camps serve as a homebase of sorts where you can eat, sleep, play games, and do chores.
Red Dead Redemption 2 will launch on October 26th 2018.
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