Evidence is mounting that Red Dead Redemption 2 is in fact a prequel to the first game, and by evidence, I mean IMDB listings, casting calls, and Facebook friend lists. Welcome to the wild world of Rockstar fan sleuthing.
Red Dead Redemption and its Undead Nightmare expansion arrive on PlayStation Now on December 6. Subscribers to Sony’s streaming game service can get their Marston on via PS4 or PC. I could have headlined this “Play Red Dead Redemption on PC Next Week,” but I’m not a monster.
After two days of teasing the internet with images, Rockstar has now come right out with it: Red Dead Redemption 2 is a real thing that is happening, and we can expect a trailer for it on Thursday, October 20th, at 11am.
Rockstar’s been teasing the crap out of a big reveal for the past couple days. Their tease medium of choice? Images of stars and cowboys. Obviously, they’re either about to announce a new Red Dead game, or a gripping open-world narrative experience about sports teams from Dallas, Texas.
Okay, so we don’t know for sure that Rockstar is working on a new Red Dead game but… come on! It’s going to happen eventually.
Inexplicably, there’s still no way to play the fantastic western open-world game Red Dead Redemption on PC or PlayStation 4, but starting today you can at least play it on an Xbox One.
Some wonderful Red Dead Redemption fan art to kick your Tuesday morning off with.
And I don't mean chewing tobacco or shooting Mexicans, either. I mean rounding up animals, with a lasso. Course, these are horses, not cows, but "Horseboy" sounds equal parts silly and adult...
Rockstar today released four new screens for their upcoming western title Red Dead Redemption. One of the has an exploding stagecoach. You sure know the way to a man's heart, Rockstar.