Rockstar Games, the developers of Red Dead Redemption 2, suspect that some players will have the opportunity to get their hands on the game before the official release, despite their precautions. Players, beta tester, and streamers who are lucky enough to have a copy of the game before the official release are therefore asked not to publish any content before the required time.
In this case, not before October, 25th, 2018, because Rockstar Games has aligned the release of the game with Australian and New Zealand time. Other schedules are posted on the Rockstar website.
The Red Dead Online mode will go in Beta in November 2018 and will be entirely free for all players with a copy of the game on PS4 or Xbox One. The Red Dead Online mode will allow players to browse the game map alone or with friends and will receive many improvements and adjustments in the future.
Red Dead Redemption 2 release is planned on phones and tablets
Allegedly, a mobile Red Dead Redemption 2 it will be available on both iOS and Android on the day of the official release of the game, on October 26th. The application will automatically connect to your console while you play.
The most recent trailer is yet short but full of action and dramatic moments. We see Dutch and Arthur giving everything they can to save the gang.
“I would kill for him. I would gladly die for him,” Dutch said of the gang. “One last big hit and we have enough money to leave,” he adds. But Arthur doesn’t seem to think so. “But we are not the ones who have changed,” he told Dutch. Tirelessly pursued by the feds, Arthur and the others are tired of running away, and tension is rising in the gang.
“You must be loyal to what is worth it,” Arthur advises one of his companions. The problem is that he will seriously reconsider whether the gang is worth fighting for after all these years.
Red Dead Redemption 2 release date
Initially scheduled for the end of 2017, Red Dead Redemption 2 had its release date delayed until spring 2018, then postponed to an official release on October 26th, 2018, to the great misfortune of the players.
Subsequently, Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick promised players that there would be no further delay in the release of the game, ensuring that the game “is on track” and that the postponements will allow the studio to offer “the best possible experience” to the players.
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