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‘Red Dead Redemption 2' To Roll Out Worldwide In Fall Of 2017 On PlayStation 4 and Xbox One [VIDEO]

‘Red Dead Redemption 2' To Roll Out Worldwide In Fall Of 2017 On PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
Rockstar Games/ Rockstar San Diego (makers of 'Red Dead Redemption') accept the Video Game of The Year award onstage during Spike TV's '2010 Video Game Awards' held at the LA Convention Center.
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After some light teasers earlier this week, video game company Rockstar Games has officially announced "Red Dead Redemption 2." The image on the Twitter post can be noted that the video game will be released in the fall of 2017, and a video trailer is coming on Oct. 20.

In a statement, a representative of Rockstar Games explained that "Red Dead Redemption 2," which is a follow-up to the 2010 Western-themed game "Red Dead Redemption," is an epic tale of life in the United States unforgiving heartland. The vast and atmospheric world of the video game will also provide the foundation for a brand-new online multiplayer experience, The Verge has learned.

Rockstar has not offered any specifics on the gameplay of "Red Dead Redemption 2." But, the first Western-themed game had a multiplayer component, so it seems like the sequel may go further, according to Game Spot.

Rockstar founder Sam Houser stated that with "Red Dead Redemption 2," the team is working so hard to push forward their vision for interactive entertainment in a truly living world. They hope to deliver video gamers an epic experience that builds upon everything they have learned making games.

Be that as it may, when the open-world Western action game was initially released, it overwhelmingly took a positive reaction from both fans and critics. The video game was built on the RAGE engine and ran on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Some critics even stated back then that it is the best game to hit those two systems, Polygon reported.

Anyway, in the original title, a player will portray the main protagonist, John Marston, who is forced to take on work from a gang after his wife and son are taken hostage. The game has a person playing in a third-person perspective, as that person ramble through 1911's Mexico, as well as the western United States.

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