'Red Dead Redemption 2' Release Date, News and Updates: 'Red Dead Redemption' Sets the Bar Higher for the Upcoming Sequel. Update and Review

By R. Procy , Updated Dec 08, 2016 12:14 PM EST
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"Red Dead Redemption 2" is coming in the fall of 2017. Everybody anticipates the changes, the updates and the story of the highly anticipated sequel. Here are some of the features of the first installment that made it a great game.

When it was released in 2010, "Red Dead Redemption" made waves as a wild wild west GTA, but the gameplay has its own bag of open world goodies to the player. For the most part, the year 2010 has been longing for freedom in games.

NPC or the Non-Player Characters are just passive characters that just like to interact and just skip and skip whatever they just say just to get through it. "Red Dead Redemption," however, takes NPC as a crucial part of the game.

On the next installment, "Red Dead Redemption 2" will feature various animal interactions. The dog reacts to the vulture eating carcasses, the buffalo are spread out due to the passing train and much more. This trailer provides clues on what's next. NPC's are great on the first one then spread it across the world, it is a very exciting idea to play about.

Meanwhile, A 16-person wild west standoff death match is a surefire hit with the players. You can set for team based and free for all. Most first person shooter video game may have the same feature, but the element of openness sure plays out even in a standard death match. Players can have several preparations before the match starts so that they can gain advantage from other players. They can also boost the character with random crates and drops throughout the map of "Red Dead Redemption 2" death match.

"Red Dead Redemption 2" is coming and millions of fans could no longer wait to know more about it. The sequel will arrive in 2017. Stay tuned for more news and updates.

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