Rockstar may be busy bringing Heists to GTA V and focusing on next-gen and PC versions of the game, but there are still heavy requests from users who would rather see Rockstar shift their attention to the massive demand for a Red Dead Redemption 2 release.
Red Dead Redemption is easily Rockstar’s second big hitter after the GTA franchise and there are many gamers who are happy to admit that they would rather play a new Red Dead Redemption 2 game rather than GTA which may become boring after a set period.
The first Red Redemption game was an unprecedented success and obviously it is only a matter of time before a true sequel is announced. With this in mind, we wanted to take a look at possible Red Dead Redemption 2 locations and settings as fans have already been going into overdrive on what they would like to see from a new game.
As most of you know, Red Dead Redemption was all about the Wild West era in 1911. However, we’ve seen some fans go into detail on having Rockstar actually go back further in time during the 1800s or 19th century and seeing what they can do with a game set in this era.
Hey um @RockstarGames I know you're busy with GTA updates and all… BUT I WOULD LOVE A RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2. PLEASE.
— Eloisa (@_rainboots) July 16, 2014
Rockstar could even take some inspiration from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed franchise on how to build a game set decades before our time and if there’s another developer that can pull it off, it’s Rockstar without doubt.
Coming off the back of GTA V, they have the midas touch knowing that any future Red Dead Redemption game will just turn to gold with players throwing their money at the screen as soon as any Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer goes live.
Going along with this 1800s era for Red Dead Redemption 2, what gameplay elements would you like to see from Rockstar? Horse breeding perhaps, or would you specifically like Rockstar to focus on tying up loose ends from the plot seen in the original game?
Give us your best ideas for a sequel below.
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