The company has also revealed the box art for Red Dead Redemption 2, with the star of the game unsurprisingly taking center stage.
The trailer shows off a lot of action that the Van der Linda gang will get into. And if Red Dead Redemption 2 Online is half as popular as GTA Online, then PUBG and Fortnite could be in big trouble. The Van der Linde gang, along with Arthur Morgan, are now on the run after the botched stick-up, and on their heels are federal agents, and some of the best bounty hunters in Wild West America are trailing them.
The interview featuring Rob Nelson explored various topics, including Rob explaining player interaction with the protagonist, as well as the overall story in Red Dead Redemption 2, which is said to be as deep as the massive in-game world. You can view the boxart for Red Dead Redemption 2 in the image below. RDD2 was supposed to come out in 2017 and has been delayed twice since. Sites like Geek.com, IGN, and Game Spot are definitely predicting that this is going to be a good one.
Rockstar Games has released its third official trailer for its upcoming romp back to the Wild West in Red Dead Redemption 2. Their games are few and far between but usually dominate the industry for years. Dead Eye isn't the only time the game will enter slow motion. Unlike Rockstar's past open-worlds, however, this one hasn't been made by a single Rockstar studio, but all of them have been functionality as a single team working constantly on Red Dead Redemption 2.
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. It has not yet been rated by the ESRB but all Rockstar's games receive very strong M ratings.