Red Dead Redemption 2 Bullet Edition PS4 Controller Would Meet Arthur’s Approval
Get your trigger finger ready as you take on the Red Dead Redemption 2 Bullet Edition PS4 Controller.
If ever there was a time to get really serious about your gaming habits, now is the time to do it. Getting lost in a video game is probably one of the best things you could do right now so why not spruce up your PlayStation 4 DualShock controller while you’re at it? This stunning Red Dead Redemption 2 Bullet Edition PS4 controller by undeadgaming is most certainly a must-have for fans of the 2018 action-adventure game developed and published by Rockstar Games that follows outlaw Arthur Morgan, a member of the Van der Linde gang.
This exclusive and unique hand-made design inspired by the Red Dead Redemption 2 franchise showcases a vibrant red color covering most of the controller mirroring the same firey crimson seen on the cover of the game. Incorporated around the scarlet coating, some jet black shade brushes the rest of the PS4 DualShock V2. What makes this really stand out is the gold bullet thumbsticks and the bullet action buttons, truly making you feel like you’re a part of the gun-slinging action as you take control of Arther Morgan. It does, however, concern me that the appeal could start to wear off after a while and the bullet buttons and thumbsticks could get a little slippy and irritating. Also due to the gold shiny .338 Lapua Magnum shell surface, chippage could pose a threat but they do look to be to a high-quality finish so fingers crossed, that won’t happen.
The Red Dead Redemption 2 Bullet Edition PS4 Controller also comes with a stand to show off your controller, if that’s your thing. The stand has the bog, bold Red Dead Redemption 2 font scrawled across it in case you forgot what it was. As with anything that looks good, it always comes at a hefty price. To get your mitts on this hand-made designed controller, you will have to fork out somewhere between £73.00/£130.00 which is around $90 to $160. If a Red Dead Redemption 2 PS4 controller isn’t your thing, the website has a host of other designs and controllers for you to take your pick over.
Red Dead Redemption 2 released in 2018 and since then, Rockstar Games has made some pretty big changes and improvements to the game. Rockstar executive Jennifer Kolbe said in an email to staff members that “We have taken conscious steps to improve our approach to developing games in order to reduce the need for overtime. we realize we still have plenty to do in this area and will continue to take steps so we can more accurately predict and schedule games and DLC in a way that is more sustainable but still allows us the creative flexibility to iterate on the incredibly ambitious and complex games we make.” This news comes in lieu of employers at Rockstar North spoke out about the culture surrounding the run-up to Red Dead Redemption 2 citing that “100-hour weeks” were had a few times in 2018 to help get the game where it needed to be at for launch.
For those who haven’t jumped into the world of Red Dead Redemption 2, it’s never too late. You can purchase a copy over on Amazon right now.
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