‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ Official Launch Trailer Is Finally Here

Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar employees speak about working hours after 100-hour week stir

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Leading up to the title we've been learning a lot more about the upcoming experience from disc count, to how your horse's balls change, so if you want to learn even more about the newest title from Rockstar, we won't blame you.

You should get in touch with your local store to confirm when you will be able to get Red Dead Redemption 2 physical copies if you are not interested in buying the digital copy. People that have pre-ordered the game are now reporting that they are unable to get the game at launch. As trailers continuously spoil key details in movies and games these days, the Red Dead 2 trailer hits that ideal sweet spot of creating excitement without giving too much away. Although we expect a PC version to arrive eventually, but not for a year at least if Rockstar's past form is anything to go buy.

There's nothing here from Red Dead Online, which doesn't release until November. Red Dead Redemption 2 will come in standard, Standard, and Ultimate Editions, and Sony fans are getting a PS4 Pro bundle and some limited-time exclusive content. Until then just keep watching Hell on Wheels and Unforgiven on loop and keep an eye out for the postman at dawn on the 26th.

In an interview with Vulture published earlier this week, Rockstar's Dan Houser made mention of specific members of Red Dead Redemption 2's dev team working 100-hour weeks.

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