With Red Dead Redemption 2's release date approaching, Rockstar has shared some new details about its highly anticipated Western game. In particular, the developer has given a closer look to the weapon fit as well as the Dead Eye system, and displays both features with a handful of beautiful new screenshots.
The first batch of screens, as you can see below, shows some of the firearms you will be able to use in Red Dead Redemption 2. Rockstar says that these are more than 50 weapons in the game, each of which can be customized not only when it comes to performance, but also its appearance; You can upgrade your weapons with new types of metal, engravings and other components like barrels, grips and sights.
As we have recently learned, Red Dead Redemption 2 has weapons worsening, which means that your weapons will eventually jam and misfire if you do not clean and take care of them regularly. Upgrading to a reinforced holster will also help prevent your gun from becoming degrading, while choosing that you do not have a hand in hand gives you the opportunity to use two weapons.
The second batch of new screenshots give a better glance at the improved Dead Eye system. This allows players to temporarily reduce time, which makes it easier to target enemies. Rockstar says that the system "expands gradually and becomes more sophisticated during the game", so you can eventually burn on multiple goals and even shoot in slow motion. "src =" https://static.gamespot.com/uploads/scale_super/1578/15787979/3450343-6791241468-73a67.jpg "srcset =" https://static.gamespot.com/uploads/original/1578/15787979 /3450343-6791241468-73a67.jpg 3840w, https://static.gamespot.com/uploads/scale_super/1578/15787979/3450343-6791241468-73a67.jpg 1280w, https://static.gamespot.com/uploads/scale_medium /1578/15787979/3450343-6791241468-73a67.jpg 480w "sizes =" (max-width: 1280px) 100vw, 1280px "data-width =" 1280 "/>
Red Dead Redemption 2 launches for PS4 and Xbox One on October 26. The PS4 version will contain a handful of timed exclusive content that will debut on Sony's console 30 days early. The following month, Rockstar will make up the game's online component, Red Dead Online, as a beta. We do not know yet what we can expect from it, but the developer warns that players can experience some thought issues at the launch. You can learn more about our title in our The last Red Dead Redemption 2 hands-on views.