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'Red Dead Redemption 2' News And Update: New Leaked Details Revealed; 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Similar To 'GTA Online' [Video]

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The "Red Dead Redemption 2" is due in Fall of 2017 but the details of the game has leaked online. The game is said to be a lot like the "GTA 5." Check out the details here.

The leaked details came from the same person who leaked the accurate details of the "GTA Online" update and now the leaked details of the "Red Dead Redemption 2." Just like the "GTA Online," the "Red Dead Redemption 2" is also a single player story in an open world with three playable characters which are all member of John's former gang according to the source. The source also stated that the game will be released after the "GTA 5 / Online."

Take Two boss, Strauss Zelnick confirmed that "Red Dead Redemption 2" will offer amazing story that has incredible emotional depth with great story and great gameplay elements. According to Rockstar, this is the best time for them to release the second sequel to the "Red Dead Redemption" after six long years and so fans can expect better gaming experience, Express reported.

Meanwhile, the PC gaming community is requesting Rockstar to create a PC version of the "Red Dead Redemption 2." Some fans even said that they will buy the game only if there is a PC version of it. An online petition with a target of 47 thousand signatures was also launched calling out to Rockstar to create the sequel for Windows.

Fans sent a message to Rockstar following their appeal for PC version of the "Red Dead Redemption 2." Fans said that over the years they have loved and supported the first sequel and so Rockstar should not deprive them of enjoying beautiful games. Having no PC version of the "Red Dead Redemption 2" means injustice to the fans. Rockstar hasn't released any information regarding the PC version of the game and so fans are expected to wait for further announcement.

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