And while these trailers have helped to pass the time, one thing they didn't show was any actual gameplay footage. This said, Rockstar has a lot of titles in their belt to compare Red Dead Redemption situation too, and even the company with a goodwill and Rockstar needs to adhere to how the markets work. We wouldn't mind another, though. In the gameplay trailer, we got a look at some swamp-swelling alligators, bears, eagles, and wolves. We see a range of settings in the footage. We catch glimpses of mountains, dense forests, steamy swamps, deserts, dusty cattle towns, more modern cities, and more.
The video also reveals that you, the player, get to choose how good or bad the main character is based on your decisions. In Red Dead Redemption 2, your interactions with people matter. To do this, you will have to provide the camp with food and supplies acquired from hunting in the world, and talking to each member of the gang will open up new opportunities for mischief and secrets. You'll have the option to interact with non-playable characters in the world, both in casual and severe ways.
The new Red Dead Redemption 2 video hasn't released just yet, but it will very soon. When forced to leave an area, the gang sets up a camp. There's no word on exactly when we'll see it, but it should be too long before the next video crops up.
Speaking of animals, your relationship with your horse is also important in Red Dead Redemption 2. Weapons can be customised and upgraded and while you carry a few guns on your person accessible via a weapon wheel, a bulk of your heavy arsenal is stored on your horse.
Shooting and hand-to-hand combat have been majorly improved since the last game, resulting in a more deep and engaging gameplay experience. That all changed today, as the developer released Red Dead Redemption 2's first Gameplay Trailer.