New Trailer For 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Confirms Prequel

Todd Singleton
September 29, 2017

Rockstar Games have released their next trailer for the upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2, which was announced earlier in the year before being delayed to spring 2018. "Coming Spring 2018 to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One systems". It's set for release on the PS4 and Xbox One, with no news of a planned PC release as of yet.

We don't know too much about Morgan as yet, but from what we see in the trailer, it's clear that he's very much a violent and unsafe outlaw.

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While Morgan might be all-new though, the latter name may strike a chord within Red Dead Redemption veterans. This confirms that this is a prequel since we took care of the Van Der Linde gang in Red Dead Redemption I. Suffice to say, fans have waited long enough for the 3rd game in the Red Dead franchise. While an official release date wasn't provided as some were hoping for, it does give us a tease of the game's story, characters and gameplay. This makes sense, of course, given that it's the chief marketing partner for the game. Protagonist John Marston was also notably not a criminal jerk (unlike most Rockstar protagonists). Does this mean we might see John Marston running with the gang?

Red Dead Redemption was released in 2010 as a pseudo-sequel to 2004's Red Dead Revolver. However, rumours suggest that this new Red Dead entry will actually be set 12 years prior to Redemption.

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