The "Red Dead Redemption 2" release date has been important information for a while now.
The trailer shows off a lot of action that the Van der Linda gang will get into.
Red Dead Redemption 2 will have multiplayer. This gives "Red Dead Redemption 2" the feeling of a dramatic western, with the possibility of character redemption at the heart of the narrative.
Judging by previous patterns laid out by Rockstar Games, it is unlikely that Red Dead Redemption 2 will feature split-screen, especially as local multiplayer is being increasingly phased out by AAA titles. And that's exactly what Rockstar Games was going for with how they presented the new trailer.
To bring its ambition and technical innovation to life in Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games has had to rethink how it creates the open-world experience and bring all its teams together to truly realize its vision and potential. In this hard situation in which we find a gang of Dutch van der Linde, of which John Marston (spoiler!) driven to suicide in the last game. What's a good Western without romanticized outlaws?
Rockstar Games is one of the biggest developers and publishers in the market. Their last major release was Grand Theft Auto V, which originally launched in 2013 on last-gen consoles, 2014 on current consoles, then 2015 on PC. Larger animals will need to be transported back to camp on horseback, and players will want to deliver the kill as quickly as possible, as dead animals will decay over time.
It'll be interesting to see where Read Dead 2 falls.
However, the most impressive takeaway from this demo is the quality of the game's central plot and your ability to influence it.
However, with E3 2018 right around the corner in June and Red Dead Redemption 2 launching this October, one has to imagine that gameplay footage is coming sooner rather than later.