Everyone was stoked at the news last year that Red Dead Redemption was making a comeback.
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The only issue with this is that it feels as if we have been waiting a lifetime. Luckily we no longer have to wonder, however, as it looks like a solid release date may have been leaked by UK retailer BASE.com.
The website currently stays that the Wild West game sequel will be out on 26th September and will cost £44.99, so make sure you’ve put aside that cash for that time. Although this isn’t an official confirmation, RDR2.com points out that there are a couple of positives going for this date:
(1) it’s the last Tuesday of September (Tuesdays being the day of the week on which video games are generally released, at least in the US).
(2) it matches the “Fall 2017” time frame that we have been officially told the game will be released during. So far so good.
With regards to other news on the second Red Dead Redemption, more recently it was noticed that it was revealed that Red Dead Redemption 2 could be set for a PC release, following the discovery of a leak by one of the most popular DRM providers.
The most important takeaway from this is that Rockstar will be using Denuvo in the future. Denuvo is only used on PC. If Rockstar will be using it, then they will be releasing something for PC.
Their only upcoming game that we know about is Red Dead Redemption 2. Putting two and two together here shouldn’t be too hard.
Fingers crossed this is legit and we’ve only got to wait until September.
Regarding the main voice actor for Red Dead Redemption 2, gambingbolt.com had this to say:
Red Dead Redemption 2 is out later this year, supposedly, but it sure doesn’t feel that way right now. Rockstar have released very little details and information on the game so far, but fans have still managed to squeeze out a few drops from what they have managed to get our hands on.
And now it seems like people have unearthed the man who will probably be the main voice actor (or at least one of the voice actors) in Red Dead Redemption 2. Roger Clark, it seems, is the person for the job. Fans have been digging and somehow they’ve managed to connect the dots.
If you were so listen to some of Clark’s work, you’d realize that he sounds a lot like the man who narrated the Red Dead Redemption 2 announcement trailer (which is also the only trailer we have for the game so far), and what’s more, if you visit his YouTube page, you’ll see that he actually liked a Red Dead Redemption 2 speculation video.
We’ll keep you posted as more information comes in.
For more on Red Dead Redemption 2, check out this map that was leaked last year.