Red Dead Redemption 2 Receives an Awesome Fan-Made Trailer
Red Dead Redemption 2 has received an incredible fan-made trailer that utilizes scenes from the first and second entries into the series.
Fan made creations can sometimes be incredibly in-depth and awesome pieces of content made out of love. This Red Dead Redemption 2 fan-made trailer is no different. Not that developers do not love their own creations, its just that people outside of development who eat, sleep, and breathe their favorite content can maybe give another fun and interesting perspective.
YouTube channel “Whiskey Dragon” has cut their own trailer for the highly anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2 which releases next week.
The trailer opens up with a scene from the original Red Dead Redemption, one that features Bonnie McFarlane and the game’s protagonist John Marston. It was an important moment in the original title that added additional gravitas behind some of Marston’s own character motivations as he shared moments of his troubled past with Bonnie. He also touches on his relationship with Dutch Van Der Linde, the notorious leader of the Van Der Linde gang who players will ride with when they play as Arthur Morgan in the upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2.
The rest of the trailer is essentially a Michael Bay-esqe super cut of the most bombastic moments we’ve seen from the gameplay trailers and launch trailer released by Rockstar Games thus far. The imagery is all cut over audio from “Beast” by Nico Vega which really just works wonders when paired with cowboys, explosions and the wild, wild west.
The massive Red Dead Redemption 2 releases next week on Friday, October 26 for PS4 and Xbox One. If you are itching to get your hands on it, maybe check out our hands-on preview of the game or 5 western movies you should watch before its release. If you have not pre-ordered the game yet, you can head over to Amazon and do so right now.
The fan-made trailer can be viewed below.
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