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  • 5 Ways Weather Could Shape RDR2’s World

    Great quests and characters aren’t the only crucial components to open world game design — the environment needs to feel alive as well. When executed properly, all the pieces come […]

  • 5 Westerns That’ll Get You Pumped for RDR2

    The Western is far from becoming a stagnant genre. From Westworld and The Revenant to the recent Magnificent Seven remake, most of us enjoy a good gunslingin’ adventure. Westerns also tend […]

  • Could RDR2 Be a Farming Sim in Disguise?

    Towards the end of Red Dead Redemption there’s a brief respite from all the gunslinging and violence. After reuniting with Marston’s family at Beecher’s Hope you’re quickly put to work—taming […]

  • 7 Ways To Make Bounty Hunting Better In RDR 2

    Rounding up dangerous outlaws and reckless banditos is an age-old profession, originating in England hundreds of years ago. In 1873, American bounty hunters were given broad authority to chase bail […]

  • What Would The Return Of Red Harlow Mean For RDR2?

    Redditors believe they’ve spotted Red Dead Revolver protagonist Red Harlow in the trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2, and there are signs of him being in the lineup of 7 […]

  • 5 Characters That Might Return In RDR2

    Red Dead Redemption was full of memorable characters, ranging from the normal (Bonnie MacFarlane) to the borderline dysfunctional (Uncle). Current rumors suggest Read Dead Redemption 2 will be set before […]