It's finally happening - it's time.
You can tell the summer games drought is entering its final stages because the major publishers are starting to wind up the hype machines for their big Christmas releases. Since the first game focused so much on his journey to clear his name, the prequel that will making its way onto the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later this year will give us a closer look than ever before at this character. Good news for them, then, as the studio is set to show off a fresh official gameplay video for Red Dead Redemption 2 tomorrow.
The video will be available on YouTube and Rockstar Games' official website. Tomorrow's video should give us our first look at actual gameplay, including any new systems or features. Exactly what fans should expect from this gameplay reveal is unknown. For example, it looks like wildlife will once again play a significant role in Red Dead Redemption 2's gameplay systems. There are so many questions surrounding Red Dead Redemption 2's gameplay! Well, it better be October 26.
Red Dead Redemption II will see you playing as outlaw Arthur Morgan, as part of the Van der Linde gang, alongside familiar faces like Dutch and John Marston from the previous entry in Rockstar's seminal open world western.
We don't really have any clue as to what players can expect specifically, but we do know that the new Red Dead Redemption 2 official gameplay video is set to be unveiled on August 9 at 11 a.m.
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