Expect to Spend at Least 65 Hours with Red Dead Redemption 2

Ruben Fields
October 15, 2018

Rockstar Games has further detailed various weapons and weapon customization systems that players will experience in Red Dead Redemption 2. Red Dead Redemption 2 launches on October 26th for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

That 65-hour estimate (which, remember, will vary depending on the skill of the player) is made up partially of a story that spanned 2,000 pages of script, makes use of 300,000 animations, 500,000 lines of dialogue and employed 1,200 actors for motion capture work - 700 of whom also recorded dialogue.

Unsurprisingly, Houser said that in comparison to previous Rockstar titles, Red Dead Redemption 2 ranked as "the hardest" yet.

The comment was made in relation to 5 hours of cut content regarding a second love interest for the game's protagonist, Arthur Morgan.

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As for any chance of there being a Red Dead Redemption 3? Now, the Xbox One version of the Rockstar Games release has had its file size confirmed thanks to an official listing online through the Microsoft Store.

Some weapons were given a situation in which they were particularly useful, like the double-action revolver being particularly good to shoot while riding a horse, or the varmint rifle naturally being adept at killing small game and doing minimal damage to the quality of its meat and skin.

Red Dead Redemption 2 will have online multiplayer like GTA Online-which the developer wants to be "as robust as Grand Theft Auto Online, once it's found its feet creatively".

In addition to this, Houser teased that we may even see Red Dead Redemption 3 "if this one does well enough and we think we have other interesting things to say".

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