"Red Dead Redemption" Part two’s, third trailer, was released last month and this time it gives a better understanding about the player's actions when they put on the cowboy boots of Arthur Morgan this fall.

While the earlier version of "Red Dead Redemption" was set in the 1911’s, the trailer hints that part II is set much earlier in 1899. The second part of "Red Dead Redemption" is still about six months away. However poring carefully through the trailer there are a couple of hints in the 128-second video.

The trailer is mostly composed of fist fights, train robberies, and a fleeting glimpse of young John Marston being held at knifepoint, with his face looked weathered and fresh wounds which look like work of animal claw.

It is premature to talk about the plot of the game, but it seems we will know why Marston fell out with Dutch’s gang.

There is a feeling that it will be the end of the road for the outlaws and it seems that the proverbial long arm of justice has reached them. The trailer also discusses Dutch, who is the leader of the Van der Linde gang and adversary of the first game. The game chronicles the story of outlaw Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang who are thrown into the rough and wild heart of America where Darwin’s Theory –The survival of the fittest comes into play.

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The third rushes of the game have been released, and it is a long time, 2016 to be more precise when the sequel was launched. The second trailer was more substantive and gave a more in-depth look at the game story.

However, it will still be a sequel to its original and will be composed of both a lengthy single-player campaign and online elements.

“Red Dead Redemption 2” will be released on October 26, 2018. It will be compatible with PS4 and Xbox One. Take-Two, under whose aegis Rockstar Games has created this game has said that there is no possibility of any delay and the worst is over.

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