Rockstar Games has officially announced Red Dead Redemption 2, which will be released on the market from the fall 2017 su PlayStation 4 e Xbox One. The game is described as "an epic story of life in the heart of the unforgettable American territory" with a "world wide and strongly atmospheric" that "will provide you with a new multiplayer online experience"
The first trailer will be presented on Thursday 20 October.
"With Red Dead Redemption 2, the team is working with it all to reach its vision of interactive entertainment in a truly live world", he has declared Sam Houserfounder of Rockstar Games. "We really hope to be able to bring players an epic experience based on everything we've learned from producing video games to date"
Rockstar has confirmed the various rumors that saw him star in the last few days: Red Dead Redemption 2 is a reality. While waiting for the release of the first trailer of the game, it is impossible to ask questions about the plot on which the title will be run, as this is a direct sequel to Red Dead Redemption and not a common title to the brand. Demanding points are many, but we can not just enjoy this wonderful announcement. If you are interested in more information, we will redirect you to website teaser of the game.
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