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Red Dead Redemption 2 Official Gameplay Video Part 2 Released by Rockstar Games, 4 Minutes of New Gameplay

Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 new game-play footage has been released by Rockstar Games. The Game-play video is part 2 of the previously released footage. In addition, the new video features a total of four minutes of pure action-packed game-play.


The new video features the characters of Arthur and the Van Der Linde gang and all sorts of their nefarious activities. In addition, you’ll witness a spree of train robbing activities and various encounters with outlaws and rival gangs. The new game-play footage also offers a glimpse over the newly expanded Dead Eye System. Check out the official game-play footage part two below.

The new footage not only gives us a closer look at the game-play but also lets us peek into the highly anticipated story of Red Dead Redemption 2. It shows off a whole new line-up of new missions and activities altogether. From bank heists to open-world exploration, you can witness a lot about the game.

Based on what this second part of the official game-play footage shows, we now know that RDR2 offers limitless activities in a stunningly amazing environment. In addition to this, players can paint the targets and know about all the critical weaknesses of the enemies.

The new footage also makes it clear that all the choices that the players make in the game, do in fact matter a lot. This simply means that the way you play the game will affect the whole story. Your decisions will also determine how the NPCs will react to you during the game-play.

On top of all this, the 2nd part of the official game-play footage also shows off the Single-player mode. Moreover, the cinematic mode is also introduced in the new game-play footage of Red Dead Redemption 2.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is all set to release worldwide on PS4 and Xbox One on October 26th, 2018.

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