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New Red Dead Redemption 2 Gameplay Video Reveals Train Heists and Bank Robberies

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Red Dead Redemption 2 is scheduled to launch on all platforms on October 26th and from the looks of it, Rockstar Games wants to make sure that people are hyped up for this title because it has just released a new gameplay trailer. The new video gives fans of the Red Dead Redemption franchise a glimpse of what’s to come starting with special RPG elements and cool gameplay mechanics.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Gameplay Trailer

The new trailer is four minutes long and everyone can check it out by clicking play on the YouTube video linked down below. Nonetheless, the first thing that the trailer presents to viewers are the many choices that players will get to make.

Some players might enjoy fighting the law and other bandits in crowded cities of the West while others might like more the idea of traveling through the harsh wilderness all alone. Well, Red Dead Redemption 2 lets players choose what they like the most.

Train Heists and Bank Robberies

The coolest features that are showcased in the new trailer are train heists and bank robberies. Players will get to play as Arthur Morgan who is the leader of a fearless gang and the protagonist can use his gang members to rob all types of things starting with trains and ending with banks.

Fluid Gameplay

The last thing we need to mention about this new Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay trailer is the fact that the narrator puts emphasis on fluent and organic story. This means that the game’s story will not be forced on the player and that every quest and special mission is going to be revealed along the way. Some players who are looking to complete the game fast will be able to do chain quests, while others can simply explore and stumble upon cool things to do on the road.

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