If you had “spring 2018" in the Red Dead Redemption 2 delay pool, congratulations. Rockstar announced today that the highly anticipated western game will not make it this year after all.
Red Dead Redemption released seven years ago today and remains a triumph. The tale of John Marston’s failure might be Rockstar’s finest story.
Last month, the mod group known as .White announced “Red Dead Redemption V,” a project that would incorporate Red Dead’s map into Grand Theft Auto V. But soon after releasing a teaser trailer for the mod on Friday, the group decided to cancel the project.
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.
PlayStation and Rockstar Games announced a partnership today that will give Ps4 players first dibs on “select online content” in Red Dead Redemption 2. The Fall 2017 game is, in PlayStation’s words, “hand crafted to take full advantage of PS4.” More details on PlayStation’s partnership with Rockstar Games are on their…
As promised earlier this week, here’s the debut trailer for the eagerly anticipated follow-up to Rockstar’s Western opus, Red Dead Redemption. It’s not much, but it sure is pretty.
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.