Red Dead Redemption 2 Gameplay Reveal Coming Tomorrow

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Captured entirely from in-game footage on the PlayStation®4 Pro, watch this introduction to Red Dead Redemption 2's gameplay in 4K.

The new Red Dead Redemption 2 video hasn't released just yet, but it will very soon.

It's level of hype surrounding Red Dead Redemption 2 is kind of fantastic, considering just how little we've actually seen of the game.

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As well as just gawking at the graphics the trailer has plenty of new info and focuses on the giant open world environment and how you can interact with other people.

The Red Dead Redemption 2 Official Gameplay Video will go live today, Thursday 9, at 11AM ET, 8AM PT, 4PM BST. Ultimately though, the most interesting aspect of RDR2 might be it's RPG-like character interactions and camps, where you eat, sleep, socialize and play games.

What are your thoughts on the Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay trailer? What are you expectations from the game?

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America, 1899. The end of the wild west era has begun as lawmen hunt down the last remaining outlaw gangs.

Red Dead Redemption 2 takes place prior to the events of its predecessor and follows Arthur Morgan, an outlaw running with the Van der Linde gang ran by Dutch Van der Linde. And to further tantalize players ahead of the game's October 26th release, the developer has made a new gameplay video available to one and all.

We'll also see a familiar face in the vast open world, in the form of a young John Marston, who is the fan favourite star from the previous game, if you somehow didn't know.

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