Rockstar Games announced the official launch of the Red Dead Redemption 2 in fall 2017. This comes after the series of teasing on the internet and the mysterious changing of the motif of their official website.
Forbes reported that the much-awaited update of the Red Dead Redemption 2 to be launched next year will be having its full trailer aired this Thursday. This will be a sequel to the 2010 classic Red Dead Redemption.
Sam Houser, Rockstar Games founder said in a statement that their vision is to create an interactive entertainment in a truly living world and that their team is truly pushing forward towards achieving it.
Red Dead Redemption 2 boasts about having single player components and the previously announced provision for integrated online multiplayer. There are also speculations that this prequel will be somewhat like the Grand Theft Auto, Rockstar Games' other major hit. Due to its vigorous multiplayer experience, fanatics are expectant that Rockstar will be making RDR 2 and even better one.
The classic Red Dead Redemption featured John Marston and his journey to rescue his wife and his son by helping the federal agents track and locate the former members of his gang. The action-filled gaming experience was made more exciting and challenging as players are able to travel through different landscapes, snowy mountains, and deserts. It will be until the Red Dead Redemption 2 full trailer airing that the questions of what's in store for the latest sequel will be answered.
Red Dead Redemption fanatics were in guessing games in the past two days after Rockstar Games changed its usual logo color to red and black from its usual color motif. This tease, however, made a good welcome for the sequel as Taking-Two Interactive, the management behind the publishing of RDR 2 increased to 1.5% in pre-market on Tuesday trading, USA Today reported.
Here a sneak preview on Red Dead Redemption 2.