Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2 Third Official Trailer

Rockstar Games returns with another bold vision of the Wild West with the official third trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2.

While everyone else is hyped with the newly released God of War rebooted title these days, many still believes that upcoming Western-themed action-adventure game Red Dead Redemption 2 from Rockstar Games will change the scenario in overall.

We clearly don't see how that is going to work out because of the very different genre of these games but it does tell us that a lot of people are just waiting for the sequel to 2010's Red Dead Redemption from the same studio.

red dead redemption 2 game trailer
Red Dead Redemption 2 Third Official Trailer

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With the release date set for October 26, 2018 and releasing two official trailers already, Rockstar just dropped the third one.




Set up on the Wild West era of America, Red Dead Redemption 2 is literally filled with outlaws running in the open, bold robberies and conflict of power. This is mostly a prequel story featuring protagonist character Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang are back again, both running from law to evade capture or face death.

It all began when one of their planned robberies in Blackwater goes wrong and now bounty hunters are also on their tails.

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Though we had a leaked gameplay clip of its predecessor title Red Dead Redemption on 4K update for Xbox One X, things were going pretty slowly for RDR2 so far regarding any news updates of the game.

While playing the previous game is way fun with enhanced graphics, it surely did not quench our thirst for the second game. Most probably developers are too busy with their work to launch the saga of Old West in due time and the new trailer is worth all that waiting.

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2016 marked the first trailer drop for RDR2, then we got the second look at it last year and now here is the third installment. Despite the game title suggesting it to be a sequel, it actually comes into play as a prologue story to past events.

Releasing worldwide on October 26, open-world action-adventure Red Dead Redemption 2 will be available to play on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.