Rockstar games wild west sequel Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming your way later this year on PS4, Xbox One and maybe and hopefully on PC, but some fans aren’t liking some possible key features and today here we round them all up.
“After rejoining with Marston’s family at Beecher’s Hope you’re immediately put to work—taming wild horses, scaring off crows, herding cattle, and catching up with your son, Jack.
“Hanging with the Marston clan serves as a quiet before the storm, but it asks the question: what if Rockstar made maintain your homestead a full-fledged component in RDR?”
It follows a series of possible game mechanics which Rockstar could look to build upon for the Red Dead Redemption sequel, including Ranch Management, Cattle Herding and much more.
However, fans don’t sound happy about the potential course of the game.
“Like the absolute worst parts of the original game!” wrote one fan of the game.
Another recommend it would be helpful if there was an option for all this, but added “if it was forced I don’t think gonna work well with certain people”
“Farming sim…there are many several things to look forward to about RDR2. Farming. Sim. Lol. No.” Commented another fan.
Developed by the makers of GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption, RDR 2 is a classic tale of life in America’s relentless heartland.
The news comes after it was announced 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.
DRM providers essentially help stop piracy and according to rdr2 website, Denuvo Software Solutions, one of the many forms of DRM providers, may have leaked plans for a new Rockstar PC release.
“The most significant takeaway from this is that Rockstar will handle 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.”
There’s no doubt that fans of Rockstar’s wild west series want the Red Dead 2 to come to PC, as confirmed by this Change.org petition with over 50,000+ signatures and as rdr2.com suggests, it’s only a matter of time.”RDR2 getting an ultimate release on PC in spite of no PC version having been announced is a common expectation.” claims the site.
“Since GTA 5 pulled a similar stunt, releasing the PC port almost 2 years after original launch, many think the PC port will simply arrive later – maybe much later.
“There are a handful of solid arguments to support a PC port. If we were to compare the ports of GTA 4 and GTA 5, massive strides forward can be noted, meaning Rockstar pumped a lot of cash into upgrading their PC development pipeline and structure.
“They’re unlikely to allow that investment to go down the drain with their first new project since.”
Earlier this month, Take-Two Interactive, who own developers Rockstar, talks about the future launch of Red Dead Redemption 2, and he present us with some fresh details that shed more light on the future wild west sequel. Speaking during the third-quarter earnings call with investors, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick re-confirmed that Red Dead Redemption 2’s release date was set for Fall 2017.
“Looking ahead, our Company has a robust long-term development pipeline and is better positioned for success than at any time in its history,”
“We expect to grow both bookings and net cash provided by operating activities in fiscal 2018, driven by our release slate led by Rockstar Games’ highly anticipated launch of Red Dead Redemption 2.”
What you think about these features and which features you like to see in the game?