Rockstar has more or less stayed true to the marketing formula it set forth with Grand Theft Auto V in promoting Red Dead Redemption 2, with a series of story trailers built from in-game cutscenes followed by a gameplay reveal close to the title's launch.More news: Rand Paul says he delivered Trump letter to Putin
Whether the gameplay trailer will show anything of the online mode is a mystery, but there's still a few months to go until Red Dead Redemption II is released on October 26 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. We should probably expect something very similar tomorrow, with a very scripted walkthrough of the game - with HUD elements turned on and some turned off. With federal agents and the best bounty hunters in the nation massing on their heels, the gang must rob, steal, and fight their way across the rugged heartland of America in order to survive.More news: Matthew Perry Is Recovering from Surgery to fix a Gastrointestinal Perforation
So, what should we expect from this gameplay video? For example, it looks like wildlife will once again play a significant role in Red Dead Redemption 2's gameplay systems. The previous game featured plenty of side missions involving hunting and crafting; we definitely saw some of that in the second trailer, which featured some scenes involving an alligator attack, hunting a deer, and rounding up a horse. An introduction to the world of Red Dead Redemption 2.More news: Blizzard confirms "multiple Diablo projects" in production, news by end of 2018
Rockstar Games has announced when the first official Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay video will be released to the public.
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