Published: Tue, February 06, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Red Dead Redemption 2 Will Have Battle Royale And First Person Modes

Red Dead Redemption 2 Will Have Battle Royale And First Person Modes

They opted not to publish any of it because they couldn't corroborate it - but the recent Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer contained imagery that seems to confirm many of its details.

Trusted Reviews' offers plenty more information around the game's story mode including the ability to play in first person, as well as the story itself taking dramatic turns depending on who players interact with.

Trusted Reviews received some development documents a while back and shared today several new details on the game. Cities, including the likes of Armadillo and Ridgewood - will be alive with NPCs.

The rumour also has a decent chunk of information about the online mode in Red Dead Redemption 2.

Other new features reportedly coming to Red Dead Redemption 2 are a first-person mode, which will work in multiplayer and single-player; player choices impacting the story, which can "lead to different mission outcomes, objectives, and dialogue;" and an improved online open world, that takes things even further than GTA Online. It looks as if the world will be more reactive to time of day than GTA Online (i.e. stores will be closed and packed away at night).

Activities available in the open world will apparently include fishing, herding, gold-mining, and weapon and riding challenges, while an official companion app for mobile phones will supposedly include a poker mini-game, alongside other social features.


The example given is that NPCs will decorate storefronts in the morning and pack everything up in the evening. However, apartments and houses are apparently going to be replaced by tents, which can be outfitted with various upgrades.

The playlist format is returning, and the memo mentions three game modes in Battle Royale, Revive and Survive, and Money Grab.

Players will also be frequently rewarded for completing various tasks such as travelling a certain distance to murder an enemy using a crossbow, much like the ancient United Kingdom law where you can kill a Welshman in Hereford, but only in the cathedral close on a Sunday with a longbow from exactly 12 yards.

But what do you think of this leak? Meanwhile, it is being said that RDR2 Battle Royale mode pits two teams against each other. Each team will get to revive their teammates a number of times each round.

The site says it received the information in August previous year, but couldn't corroborate the details until now.

After all the delayed, the game is now set to be released on the 26th of October on PS4 and Xbox One.

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