In practice, the trailer shows a few examples. 14 years later, the company is set to roll out Red Dead Redemption 2, the third installment in the franchise. Rockstar has confirmed we'll be getting more gameplay videos before launch, with the next one focusing on missions, activities, enemy gangs, robberies, and the evolution of the Dead Eye system. You'll have the option to interact with non-playable characters in the world, both in casual and severe ways.
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. In the just over six-minute video, we saw a whole lot of what Rockstar has been cooking up for us for the past near-decade of development.
Shooting and fighting have both been radically improved to make combat deep and engaging at all times. As are guns and horses and, of course, cowboy hats.
We knew it was coming, but we didn't know just exactly what Rockstar would show off in their gameplay reveal for their upcoming cowboy odyssey, Red Dead Redemption 2. Each weapon has unique characteristics and realistic reloading and recoil.
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