Red Dead Redemption 2 wishlist reevaluated

Rockstar is facing the same situation as Naughty Dog, as fans of both houses know what game they want next and if they don’t get what they want, well we can be sure of an uproar. However, it’s almost certain that the next game from Naughty Dog will be Uncharted 4, although it could go by another title. As for Rockstar, the most popular choice is Red Dead Redemption 2.

For a good couple of years now Red Dead Redemption fans have been expressing what they would like to see from the sequel, and so we thought those ideas need to be reevaluated.

Most popular Red Dead Redemption 2 wishlist ideas — We first asked Product Reviews readers back at the start of 2011 what ideas they had for a sequel and the response was a positive one, which you can see right here.

Some fans have expressed how they would like to see a Red Dead Redemption that resembles the Spaghetti Western movies and would be even better if there were Native Americans, or Indian’s, as some people know them by.

Character customization in multiplayer would be welcome and making it so that the animals act more realistic. However, the biggest feature that would be very welcome in the sequel would be to add more settlements, as it can often become very boring riding from one settlement to another. We know this is what it was like in the Wild West, so if this is not possible, then more missions, although less repetitive would be very welcome.

Instead of just trying to catch bandits, it would be rather cool to be able to rob banks or trains, even coaches while on horseback.

However, the biggest ideas listed are for a completely new story and characters, and a main character that isn’t a lawman.

While this might not be the most complete Red Dead Redemption 2 wish list, these are the most popular ideas. However, we’d love for you to share some fresh ideas with our readers.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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