CEO of video game publisher-distributor-behemoth Take-Two, Strauss Zelnick, displayed a stance in favour of microtransactions at a press conference today. Take-Two, having just acquired Kerbal Space Program, has a number of notable subsidiary studios, chief among them the various international Rockstar and 2K studios. Continue reading Take-Two CEO recognises microtransactions are necessary
Rockstar Games released their announcement trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2 and although content and substance of what the actual game will detail was limited, a continuation of atmosphere and tone from its predecessor was apparent.
Rockstar Games didn’t leave fans to speculate for much longer as for the third consecutive day they tweeted an image associated with the Red Dead franchise. However, the third image was far more informative than the previous two, announcing Rockstar Games sequel to Red Dead Redemption. Once again though, PC gamers will be left wanting as the official announcement on their website suggests Red Dead Redemption 2 will be exclusively a console release for Playstation 4 and Xbox One.
An official trailer will be revealed in two days on October 20th at 11am (EST), with the release of the game stated to be for Fall 2017.
The actual details of the game are still open to speculation, but with the silhouettes of the second teaser finally revealed, gamers get a better look at seven characters featured and the far left character looks closest to John Marston. Whether that is confirmed will likely be revealed with Rockstar Games trailer release in two days.