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Battle Royale in Red Dead Redemption 2
March 23 2018, 01:27 | Guillermo Bowen
Red Dead Redemption 2 to rival PUBG and Fortnite Battle Royale with leaked online mode
According to the report, Red Dead Redemption 2 will come with a slew of new features, including a first-person view mode (like GTA V) and even a Battle Royale game mode for multiplayer. For instance, according to a recent leak, it appears the game will include some unbelievable features, including a first person mode and a battle royale mode in the same vein as PUBG and Fortnite. Read it without any fear as they are no story spoilers whatsoever. "We hope to deliver players an epic experience that builds upon everything we've learned making games".
What do you make of all these alleged details? You either play Solo or with a team of up to 4 players.
Vehicles in the game will include handcarts, horse-drawn carriages and minecarts. Morgan will be able to explore in a large open world, encapsulating the towns of Armadillo and Ridgewood. Various side activities will be available at these locations in addition to main story missions. You can take a look at the report for yourself through here.
If enemies are injured in a certain way, the player can trigger contextual dialogue and force them to offer information or money in return for their life. Without any way to verify the information, they withheld it until now.
"Red Dead Redemption 2" Online will also have NPC present in the open-world environment.
Other online modes in the documents include "Revive and Survive" - in which two teams compete and players have a limited amount of time to revive their teammates - and "Money Grab" in which teams fight over bags of money. I imagine future takes on BR will continue to expand on the mode that PUBG pushed into the mainstream, making their own additions to it and continuing to flawless it. Fortnite dumbed down the shooting and introduced simplified crafting, which has a game-changing impact on how firefights play out. It's similar to the capture the flag modes we see in first-person shooters. Meanwhile, it is being said that RDR2 Battle Royale mode pits two teams against each other. However, apartments and houses are apparently going to be replaced by tents, which can be outfitted with various upgrades.
But despite getting an official date for Red Dead Redemption 2's debut, many gamers are not expecting the game to hit its target. As a result, development notes from past year may not necessarily be a finalized list of features that will appear at launch. There's a reason why publishers are looking to invest in the mode, and that's because it's a genius spin on multiplayer that can grant games more longevity.