'Red Dead Redemption 2' Release Date, News & Update: Rockstar Games 'Hides' & 'Hints' at the Same Time? Game Arriving Very Soon?
The "Red Dead Redemption 2" title is one that many are glad to have been hearing. Fans have asked consistently in the past as to why the game may have taken long before it came out, which some may have dug up deep to simply figure out.
Rockstar Games has been known to come up with surprises in the past for their titles, announcing and revealing during the most unexpected times. The same can be said for "Red Dead Redemption 2," which was announced at none of the biggest gaming events this year. Some fans may agree that there may have been a few leaks in the past that hint how Rockstar Games may have intended to create the game, let alone launch it eventually.
According to some Reddit posts by fans, the "Red Dead Redemption 2" title may have been kept from everyone for the longest time, simply due to a leaked photo of an affiliate from Rockstar Games. It showed how the said staff was working on the sequel over two years ago on the game's sound designing, along with other games that already exist today. Having seen this proof, it is apparent that Rockstar Games lives up to their reputation of surprising fans at all costs, including hiding their projects from plain sight indefinitely.
Not everything that the team behind these games do are considerably discreet, as some reports justify. Take-Two's CEO Strauss Zelnick said that there will be something special for the gamers within the entirety of "Red Dead Redemption 2," such as the view of America. Zelnick said that in the beginning, he doubted the success of a title that would showcase the Wild West, and was overwhelmed by the reception that the world gave to the franchise. That being said, Zelnick gave his word that the title will have emotional gravity and elements for the story and the gameplay.
What other secrets does "Red Dead Redemption 2" have for the fans? Stay locked to GamenGuide for more news and updates before the title launches by Fall of 2017.