Red Dead Redemption 2 In February Next Year?

Since day one, there have been lots of speculations surrounding Rockstar Games' supposed title Red Dead Redemption 2. From its features all the way through its official release date, fans have been hoping for answers. Now, there's an ongoing rumor that the game will arrive come February next year.

According to Alphr, the studio is said to be holding back the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 in hopes to bring it alongside the release of Sony's PS4 Pro and Microsoft's Xbox Scorpio. One possible reason is to dive in with the hype, making the market of the title sustainable enough.

With the forthcoming releases of the aforementioned consoles, there's a possibility that Red Dead Redemption 2 could arrive in February next year. Or perhaps, anytime in the first quarter of 2017. Nevertheless, since Rockstar as well as its parent-company Take-Two iterated in the past that they're aren't in a hurry, the said timeline could be adjusted.

If and only if the developers decide to postpone the 2017 release of Red Dead Redemption 2, then it might be plausible that the rumored 2018 release will instead happen. After all, they have enough time by then to create the sequel.

As previously reported here at iTech Post, there are rumors about the possible official title of Red Dead Redemption 2. That, in one way or another, it'll sport a new one -- The Legends of the Old West, that is. But of course, similar to the talked about release, this should be taken as a grain of salt.

As for its protagonists, Red Dead Redemption 2 is said to feature not only one but more playable characters. Aside from that, players can also expect a massive world setting. These are really something to look forward to.

What are your thoughts on Red Dead Redemption 2 as well as the rumors surrounding it? When do you think will Rockstar Games release the sequel? What features are you expecting? Share us what you think by using the comment section below!

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