Red Dead Redemption 2's Marketing Is Unavoidable Even in Japan

Red Dead Redemption 2's Marketing Is Unavoidable Even in Japan

Red Dead Redemption 2 is nearly upon us, and it's time to get reminded of everything that has happened so far. Rockstar's last game, Grand Theft Auto V, has gone on to become the most profitable entertainment product ever made. Given the game's install size, you can nearly guarantee a huge open world with next-level detail, but we'll have to wait until the October 26 launch date to find out more. The game tells the story of John Marston and his desire to leave his criminal lifestyle behind. Although we expect a PC version to arrive eventually, but not for a year at least if Rockstar's past form is anything to go buy. We also get a look at the forces of law and order, who are also gunning for Dutch, and mother nature, in the form of a big, angry grizzly bear. Still need one? Then be sure to have a peek at our roundups of the best PS4 Pro prices and Xbox One X bundles.

The Red Dead Redemption 2 Steelbook case is exclusive to the Ultimate Edition, which itself is exclusive to GameStop. I forgot how good the score from the original Red Dead Redemption was.

Everything we've seen for the game so far has been nothing short of spectacularly attractive, and this final launch trailer to celebrate the week of release is really pushing the narrative drive behind the whole thing.

The only difference in this case, though, is that Rockstar hasn't actually confirmed Red Dead Redemption 2 will be getting a PC port yet.

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