New Red Dead Redemption 2 Screenshots Highlight Gunslinging | Gaming News

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Not too long ago, Rockstar Games released a wealth of information about weapon choice and customization for its forthcoming open world western title, Red Dead 2, and now the studio wants to impart even more knowledge to players in the form of screenshots. So, in order to show off the combat and a few of the different firearms that will be available in the title, the developer has put out a fresh batch of images and short clips highlighting the game’s gunslinging action.

As seen in the eight screenshots below, Red Dead Redemption 2 fans can get a gander at some rather gorgeous-looking moments showcasing Arthur Morgan and a variety of guns ranging from revolvers to rifles. The images also focus on the open world western sequel’s Dead Eye system, which lets players slow down time to aim and ensure that multiple fatal shots can be pulled off in a quick succession. Further below, players will be able to see and hear the Bolt-Action Rifle, Carbine Repeater, Cattleman Revolver, and Pump-Action Shotgun being fired.








While there’s no doubt that all of the aforementioned Red Dead Redemption 2 gunplay assets are gorgeous to say the least, some fans might want to dive even deeper in to what the title will be like before it comes out. Thankfully, Rockstar Games recently put out a gameplay trailer featuring plenty of shootouts, brawling, and other activities in the game’s sprawling open world.

It won’t be much longer before Red Dead Redemption 2 fans will actually be able to get their hands on a copy of what is arguably one of the most highly anticipated games of October 2018, if not the year, and all of the gunslinging action above is surely just making players salivate even more. With this being the case, it will be interesting to see just how well Red Dead Redemption 2‘s launch sales turn out once it officially hits store shelves.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is set to release on October 26, 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Source: Rockstar Games

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