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  1. #11
    I never play games online so have no idea what microtransactions are about. That said I do tend to wait until the Ultimate Turbo Remix X Final version of a game is out before getting it too but still don't play online.

  2. #12
    Let's put it this way, Take 2 Interactive aren't happy people only spent the 'entry fee' on the game and haven't bought into their Shark Cards. Or to put it another way, it was a factor for why there was no further single player story/PVE content in GTA V. It's cheaper, quicker and much more profitable to put all their development resources working on multiplayer game modes, recursive content and managing their digital economy so that you are incentivised to get spend real money. Ultimately it affected gamers who played GTA V, whether they played online or not.

    The original RDR had some well received and fairly sizeable single player content released. Only time will tell whether or if RDR2 does this too.

  3. #13
    Depressing thought of the day. My son could be approaching high school age if RDR3 takes as long to get to shelves.

  4. #14
    Skip this and get Deadly Premonition.

  5. #15
    Red Dead Redemption 2 Won't Be Delayed Again, Take-Two Says

    Red Dead Redemption 2 leak reveals Battle Royale, first-person and much more

    "Red Dead Redemption 2 Online
    According to the notes, Red Dead Redemption 2’s online component will feature ‘Battle Royale’, ‘Revive and Survive’ and ‘Money Grab’ modes.

    It remains unknown whether Battle Royale will operate in a similar fashion to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or Fortnite, but we wouldn’t be surprised if Rockstar hopes to capitalise on the popularity of those two titles.

    Revive and Survive pits two teams against each other as they try and stay alive. You’ll have a limited amount of time to revive your teammates before they are eliminated.

    Finally, Money Grab features two teams fighting to procure bags of money in a central location. You’re expected to collect and return them to your base as quickly as possible.

    much like GTA Online, players will be free to explore the open-world although it will supposedly provide far more depth than Rockstar’s previous online efforts. For example, NPCs will decorate storefronts with amenities and pack things away once night comes.

    Frequent rewards will be handed out to players for completing certain tasks. These might range from traveling a certain distance to murdering an enemy using a bow from 100 metres away.

    Apartments from GTA Online will return in the form of tents which can be owned and upgraded by players. These are purchased in the open-world and also come in a variety of different themes.

    Online play will include access to a number of shops and NPCs which can provide the players with equipment and missions. Free Events can also be organised outside of standard playlists like spontaneous treasure hunts and deathmatches."

  6. #16
    This is literally why GTA6 won't release till around 2023

  7. #17
    Whoa there! A huge Red Dead Redemption 2 leak suggests the game will have Battle Royale, FPS gunplay, and fully explorable trains

    "More Red Dead Redemption 2 information has arrived after last week’s announcement that the game was being delayed to October, but this news isn’t of the official kind. Instead, it comes by way of TrustedReviews, who claim to have obtained an internal Rockstar development memo revealing more details about Red Dead Redemption 2’s multiplayer, open world, and more.

    According to the report, written by TrustedReview’s Jordan King, the development notes mention three multiplayer modes for Red Dead Redemption 2; ‘Battle Royale’, ‘Revive and Survive’, and ‘Money Grab’.

    Battle Royale will be familiar to anyone who’s played PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or another game in the popular last man standing PvP genre, and does make sense given that Rockstar developed a similar mode for GTA Online last year.

    As for the other two, ‘Revive and Survive’ will apparently work like Team Deathmatch, but players are given limited opportunities to revive teammates before they get killed for good. Finally, Money Grab sounds like a bit like Battlefield Hardline’s Blood Money mode, in which two teams fight over a central objective by collecting money and taking it back to their base.

    According to TrustedReviews, the memo also states that Red Dead Redemption 2’s online world will be more immersive than that of GTA Online’s Los Santos, with stores that open and close depending on the time of day, and a “tent” progression system that will work similarly to GTA Online’s apartments.

    Activities available in the open world will apparently include fishing, herding, gold-mining, and weapon and riding challenges, while an official companion app for mobile phones will supposedly include a poker mini-game, alongside other social features.

    The report also mentions vehicles (customizable minecarts, handcarts, and carriages, and fully explorable trains), gameplay features (first-person and third-person perspectives available for both singleplayer and multiplayer), and branching narratives dependent on player actions during campaign missions.

    Finally, Trusted Reviews revealed two new images for Red Dead Redemption 2 which it unofficially obtained via the memo, and both appear to corroborate with what we’ve seen so far, showing characters from previous trailers and screens, lending further credence to the report’s statements.

    This leak, though to be taken with a pinch to salt, represents the largest information drop we’ve had about Red Dead Redemption 2 so far, which remains tightly under wraps by Rockstar as it continues to work on the game until the new release date of October 26."

  8. #18
    Lol, there's a mode called Money Grab?

    How appropriate.

  9. #19
    Wasn't money grab a mode in the last game?


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