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'Red Dead Redemption 2' Updates: Delayed Release Date, New Schedule and More


The fans have heard that "Red Dead Redemption 2" will be released this Fall. Check out the latest updates!

There hasn't been much legitimate news to confirm whether "RDR 2" will be released in Fall. So far, the unofficial confirmations were from retailer stores which happen to have the game's promotion material on display.

"Red Dead Redemption 2" could Mean The End of GTA Online

There are a handful of evidences that build around the speculation. According to a piece from RDR2, Rockstar might want to discontinue the content support for GTA Online until the Red Dead sequel is launched.

This is plausible if the online "Read Dead Redemption 2" is developed much like the "Grand Theft Auto" online. This speculation has gone viral creating split opinion as half of the gamers want Rockstar not to abandon GTA Online whilst the other half thinks "RDR 2" online multiplayer mode might make the game even more immersive.

 "Red Dead Redemption 2" Release Date

If there is anything to go by, the latest leak from Gameseek should be able to give an update for those who have anticipated the video game launch. "RDR 2" is said to arrive on Oct. 20 according to Express.

Previous reports have learned that Rockstar is quite often delaying its game releases, stating that the original "RDR" was launched on a different schedule. There were speculations that the video game franchise was set for early 2017 but that didn't happen. With that being the case, the fans should anticipate a push back from the said October time frame. 

"Red Dead Redemption 2" Setting

The unforgiving heartland - that is what's described by Rockstar for the upcoming "RDR 2" setting. The game will take place east and from the leaked map there are incredible landscapes for the game's location.

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