One of the most anticipated games of the year, Red Dead Redemption 2 (RDR2) was originally slated for a 2017 release but finally launched in 2018.
Sequel to the hit western RPG, Red Dead Redemption 2, has been in the making for eight years. Naturally, the stakes were pretty high. How does it fare?
Rockstar Games are calling the highly anticipated and awaited Red Dead Redemption 2 the "biggest entertainment launch of 2018".
Red Dead Redemption 2 comes with its own companion app, and there are apparently files inside the app which contain references to a PC version of the game.
While we don't know whether RDR2 will be making its way to PC, what we do have now is a Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay trailer.
Modding is synonymous with PC gaming to the point where it’s one of the many advantages it has over consoles. We take a look at its humble beginnings.
Rockstar and Take-Two have been slapped with a lawsuit by the Psychic Readers Network last week over a copyright infringement in GTA: Vice City.
Search YouTube for “real life GTA” and you’ll get hordes of videos created by fans from all across the globe bringing GTA characters into the real world, and also a video of a man going on an actual GTA rampage in Denver (I kid you not!). Most of these videos are shot by amateur fans, expressing their love for the series, but this one video created by a freelance VFX production house called Corridor Digital, takes things to a whole new level.
Shot in Los Angeles, a city that eerily resembles the fictitious Los Santos, the video is probably the best tribute to the game out there. The makers have paid so much attention to details that for a second you feel that you are actually seeing a gameplay video of GTA V. Every single movement, from the way the character draws his gun to the way he pulls out random people from their cars and drives off, is exactly the same as in the game. Especially the camera angles and movement are exactly the way they are in the hit game by Rockstar. The camera also shakes when you are driving the car, just like in the game, no kidding. The makers made sure that the character enacted the iconic walk and the exploding of the wads of cash out of humans that you just turn into dead bodies.
Corridor digital is a freelance visual effects production house with its own popular YouTube channel. The one day old video has already garnered more than 3 million views already. Check out the video below.
The launch date of 14 April seems to be taking forever to come and recently Rockstar Games released a new 60fps trailer for the PC version of GTA V.