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Oct 19, 2016 02:15 AM EDT

Game Developer Rockstar Confirms ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ for 2017; Read Details Here [VIDEO]

Game developer Rockstar has announced on twitter that "Red Dead Redemption 2" will arrive in the Fall of 2017. The successful arrival of "Red Dead Redemption" on the Xbox One backwards compatibility possibly made this news even more enticing. Since July, fans have toyed on the idea that the sequel will follow. Unfortunately at the time, Rockstar isn't ready to announce the good news.

Rockstar is also kind enough to share a dedicated social club for all its gaming development wherein, fans can sign up and become a member. By becoming a member, fans will have access on the latest news and development about the "Red Dead Redemption 2" and other related Rockstar games.

According to the Attack of the Fanboy, the title will retain its Redemption title, as opposed to previous rumors that it will feature a totally different title. Despite the widespread news on the "Red Dead Redemption 2," Rockstar has not released any information about its gameplay and concept.

The dynamic westernized theme of the "Red Dead Redemption 2" inhibits limited open world experience and put players in the middle of the vast expanse of the western culture. The new online multiplayer of the game also hopes to entice fans into getting into the world of modern, yet revolving world of western civilization.

If you're patient enough, a new trailer for the game will be released on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 11 AM ET.

Rockstar's "Red Dead Redemption 2" is also now available for pre order on the PS4 and Xbox One Platforms. The game is currently priced at €69.99 of Rockstar's official website. Take note that, each player can only order a maximum of 4 copies to be eligible for pre order.

For more news and details on the upcoming "Red Dead Redemption 2" release date, make sure to read us here on the University Herald. Also, come back for more info on freebies and bonuses upon ordering the game online.

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