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From Rockstar Games, the maker of Grand Theft Auto V, comes Red Dead Redemption 2, set to release in the fall of 2017. The first Red Dead Redemption, itself a followup to Red Dead Revolver, moseyed into town in May 2010 to rave reviews.

We didn't learn much from the new trailer, but Rockstar says, "Red Dead Redemption 2 is an epic tale of life in America's unforgiving heartland. The game's vast and atmospheric world will also provide the foundation for a brand new online multiplayer experience."

Select Content For Red Dead Redemption 2 Comes First To PlayStation 4

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Earlier today, we got the first glimpse of what awaits us in Red Dead Redemption 2, which is set to launch next year on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Now, Sony has announced on the PlayStation Blog that it has established a partnership with Rockstar Games so that select online content will arrive first for PlayStation 4 players, along with the critically acclaimed Red Dead Redemption coming to PlayStation Now.

"The game’s vast and atmospheric world will also provide the foundation for a brand new online multiplayer experience," writes Sony.

Select Content For Red Dead Redemption 2 Comes First To PlayStation 4

Red Dead Redemption 2: PlayStation and Rockstar Games announce partnership

For the past 20 years, Rockstar have continually redefined the concept of open worlds. From the record breaking Grand Theft Auto series, the Midnight Club racing games, the schoolyard comedy Bully, to the breakout hit Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar have consistently delivered on a level that few have managed to match.

Now, following up Grand Theft Auto V — one of the most successful entertainment properties of all time — Rockstar is set to return with Red Dead Redemption 2, the latest entry in the Red Dead series of games. And there’s no better place to play it than PlayStation.

Hand crafted to take full advantage of PS4, Red Dead Redemption 2 is an epic tale of life in America’s unforgiving heartland. The game’s vast and atmospheric world will also provide the foundation for a brand new online multiplayer experience.

We are pleased to announce that PS4 players get first access to earn select online content in the vast open world of Red Dead Redemption 2. Check back on PlayStation.Blog for more details soon and for all of the latest information on Red Dead Redemption 2.

In addition, the PS3 classic Red Dead Redemption will be coming to PlayStation Now soon. Relive the epic story of former outlaw John Marston as he hunts down the gang members he once called friends through the harsh and punishing landscape of America’s dying West.

Red Dead Redemption 2: PlayStation and Rockstar Games announce partnership

Rumor Alert: Red Dead Redemption 2 To Be Unveiled At E3, Will Be Multiplatform, New Leaked Details

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Rumor alert everyone. Reddit’s member ‘AnonDN1978‘ – who claims to be a former Rockstar dev – has leaked new information about the rumored sequel to Red Dead Redemption. Before continuing, we strongly suggest taking everything you are about to read with a grain of salt as it has not been confirmed whether this user is indeed a former R* dev.

As AnonDN1978 claimed, the sequel to Red Dead Redemption will be called Red Dead Redemption 2: Legends of the West, will be a prequel to RDR, will be coming to current-gen platforms, and the PC version will arrive one month after the console release.

AnonDN1978 said that the game will take place in the same area as the original game, twelve years before the first original game, and that there will be three playable characters, two of which are from the original game and one will be completely new.

“The two “main” characters are Irish and Seth. Irish will be brought up in Ireland and will move to the Americas when he is fifteen and moves to the game setting when he turns twenty one. Seth is from Kansas City and works as a teller in a bank. He then hears of a treasure and uses his life savings to bring his family to Texas in the town of Tumbleweed. Throughout the story we experience him unraveling to his state of mind in the original game, losing his wife, children, home, and possessions to his treasure.

The third person is a character you create similar to multiplayer in GTA V. You choose his clothes and horse. Although you can unlock outfits for Seth and Irish, the third person (Who you name) can acquire all different kinds of Western tops, bottoms, boots, gloves, and hats.

Horses will also bring completely new customization to the game. You can choose there type/breed like the last game, but now you can also choose what saddle they have (with their own boosts and stats), storage, and paint.

You can also buy your own safe house and customize it.

Also, all of this carries over into multiplayer.

There will be many new and more thought out stranger missions as well as roughly thirty campaign missions for both Seth and Irish. The third character can be involved in the campaign, but can not be used in missions. He will appear as a “gun for hire” and works with Seth and Irish, tying the stories together.

“You” (the third character) will be in free roam, but Irish and Seth can be called in as companions (but not be played as), as well as other people. You will meet many of the characters from the original game including young Bonny Macfarlane, Sherriff, and even John Marston, but he will still be in his gang.

A big new part of the RDR prequel is the new gang system. You can join several different gangs, or if you think you are up for it you can join the law enforcement of certain towns, but this will restrict you on things you can do like robbing. Although you can rob it might cost you your hard earned career and possibly your life. You can also bring in a posse (up to 4-8 friends) to single player, technically co op now. You can take on certain side missions and a few campaign missions with your posse.”

As said, take everything you just read with a grain of salt.

AnonDN1978 also said that Bully 2 is also rumored at Rockstar’s office to happen, however he doesn’t have any solid info on that.

Rockstar has not confirmed whether RDR 2 is currently under development. However, AnonDN1978 claimed that the game has been in development for the last three and a half years.

As we’ve already said – and we’ll repeat once again – take what you read with a grain of salt. Rockstar has never announced a game at E3, so this could be bogus!
Rumor Alert: Red Dead Redemption 2 To Be Unveiled At E3, Will Be Multiplatform, New Leaked Details [UPDATE: Likely False] | DSOGaming | The Dark Side Of Gaming
 
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:whoa: did they say it's coming to current gen????

unless they are considering PS4/XONE current gen, I don't even know if I'm interested. not trying to go back to the PS3 world again for gaming.
 

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Just LMAO @ anyone who belives this

Dude probably jerking off as he type that shyt

You gotta be one type of aspie to go this lenghts on a bs story
 

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Whoops, Ubisoft May Have Leaked Red Dead Redemption 2’s Existence

Earlier today Ubisoft published a new survey to find out what fans are playing, what they’ve bought and what they plan on buying in the future.

Within the survey participants are asked to indicate which upcoming games they are likely to purchase. What’s interesting is that while all are already confirmed games, a couple stand out as a bit odd, including the unannounced Red Dead Redemption 2 and Respawn’s anticipated sequel to Titanfall.

It’s possible that Ubisoft is privy to what’s coming and going within the industry – it’s sort of their job to know what the competition is up to so they can avoid clashing with release dates and so on, but at this point we’re classing this one as a rumour. Still, lets hope that Red Dead 2 is indeed an actual thing – the Old West needs to be revisted. Bring back the cowboys, we say.
 
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