Red Dead Redemption 2

From the creators of Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2 is the epitome of life in America at the...

Red Dead Redemption 2 review

25 Aug 2020

From the creators of Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2 is the epitome of life in America at the dawn of the modern era.

Gameplay: Wild West Plot Line 10/10

In the overall gameplay, there are hundreds of random events. If storyline and side missions habitually lead the player around the map, along the way marking all the important places, then random events are a thing in themselves. You never know what the next will turn out to be. The echo of shots can lead to a gambling shooter looking for someone to compete for inaccuracy, or to a crowd of armed robbers who stopped the train. How events unfold further depends only on the player. Of course, it should be noted that shootouts in Red Dead Redemption 2 are a great part of the gameplay. 

Graphics: Vivid Landscapes of an Old America 10/10

Red Dead Redemption 2 has a lot of pleasant, detailed, and animated routines that you won't get tired of even after a hundred hours. Perhaps it will be enough for two hundred or a thousand. Laconic music complements the atmosphere. Incredible work with the sounds of wildlife, interiors, and cities. A picture that paints the most amazing landscapes, the best weather effects in the industry, and the most beautiful sunsets - such beautiful, volumetric lighting has never been in any game, and will not be for a long time. 

Lasting Appeal: Open The Wild West World 9/10

The Wild West in Red Dead Redemption 2 is a world where Valentine coexists, a village soaked in mud and whiskey, a cartoon settlement from a Western, and San Denis. It is a large city decommissioned from New Orleans, with electricity restaurants, art galleries, and other goods of the new century... There is a half-hour drive between them. The past and the future are just one step away. 

Controls: Easier than You Think 10/10

This is a game that, even after 100 hours of completing a storyline, not only presents unique stories but also opens up new gameplay mechanics and generously encourages gamers who decide to explore the open world. The fact is that the developers, due to the lack of buttons, obviously decided to make the selector a call to L1, but at the same time switching between selectors to R1. 

Overall Impression

Red Dead Redemption 2 is the best open-world game in existence today. And, of course, this is the best Rockstar game ever.  The most beautiful and thoughtful. Huge, but almost without unnecessary elements. It is a game of amazing contrasts that can bring hours of gameplay and exploration into this beautiful open world.

  • Graphics 10
  • Gameplay 10
  • Controls 10
  • Replay Value 9
Amy Morton Editor

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