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‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ News And Update: Rockstar Confirmed Release Date And New Features; Wider Map Leaked [Video]

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Rockstar has officially announced the slated worldwide release of the "Red Dead Redemption 2" for PlayStation and Xbox One in Fall 2017. The game will also provide a brand-new gaming experience as it will feature the foundation of online multiplayer capability according to Rockstar. 

"Red Dead Redemption" has earned so many players from around the world and it's not surprising to know how many fans are waiting for the sequel, the "Red Dead Redemption 2." 

Rockstar had been mum about the development of the "Red Dead Redemption 2" though in some announcements, they had released few trailers making fans speculate on what they can expect on the upcoming sequel of the "Red Dead." The storyline of the previous series of "Red Dead" may suggest that John Marston will play an important role in the sequel and so, fans are expecting to see John Marston as the main protagonist.

"Red Dead Redemption 2" fans suggested an online version which is already confirmed by Rockstar as the online component would surely compliment the journey of the seven individuals, that's if Rockstar will ever plan for expansion. In addition, the PC version has long been under discussion by fans, as PC gamers are looking forward for the PC version.

There had been rumors that the journey of the characters in the "Red Dead Redemption 2" will be expanded and just recently, the leaked map may prove the rumor to be true. The leaked map shows a wider area to discover which includes, plains, desert, a number of caravan camps, rivers, and even islands. Looking at the map alone, anyone could clearly see how Rockstar prepared for great adventures in the second sequel.

What's more exciting to the "Red Dead Redemption 2" fans is that the game is now available for pre-order listed in the websites of known online retailers like Amazon, Game and GameStop with prices ranging from £45.99 to £59.97.

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