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“Red Dead Redemption 2” is delayed to 2018

But here’s some screenshots as your consolation prize
Dulani Wilson 23rd May, 2017 Gaming
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Rockstar Games made fans hands all clammy when they released the teaser for Red Dead Redemption 2. But seemingly in a means to avoid the pitfall of other publishers, the team has announced that the western third-person shooter is being delayed

The publishers chalked up the decision to the fact that they needed extra time in order to “deliver the best possible experience” for the fans.

And while that might sink your heart a little bit, we’re sure the wait won’t kill you. And as a small consolation to hold fans over, the company released new screenshots from the game.

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The official launch of Red Dead Redemption 2 is set for 2018 for Playstation 4 and XBOX One.
 

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