RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2
RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 review
Red Dead Redemption 2 is an action-adventure game developed by Rockstar. It is set in North America of 1899 and offers a realistic experience with a well-developed story.
Gameplay: RDR On a New Level
The gameplay of Red Dead Redemption 2 is truly impressive. The player is free to explore the vast open world filled with different characters, interesting locations, and dangerous creatures.
Unlike in Grand Theft Auto, another popular series of Rockstar, in Red Dead Redemption you get a much more realistic experience. In its core it is a classic third person view RPG set in the real world, but there are dozens of additional mechanics, which make the game unique and realistic. For example, you have to maintain your weapon clean for its stable performance.
The world of the game feels real: the animals hunt each other, the weather changes dynamically and the NPCs react to your behavior. The worlds of many other games play around the character, but in Red Dead Redemption 2 it feels like you are only a little part of this world.
Graphics: Realism in Details
The graphics of Red Dead Redemption 2 are impressive as well. The game corresponds to all the modern standards visually: the textures are detailed, the resolutions are high, and the visual effects are unique and attractive. The best thing about the graphics of RDR 2 is that they are realistic: the animations are polished so great, and there are so many little visual details that the immersion reached is incredible.
Controls: Gets Harder
Controls might be the only weak point of RDR 2 as they are pretty hard. There are tons of mechanics, and logically tons of actions are needed from the player. Some controls are not very intuitive and the structure of mechanics is rather complicated: you will have to remember dozens of button combinations for various actions. It is not an easy ride and you will need some time to get used to the local controls.
- Great graphics on all platforms;
- Dozens of little realistic details;
- Vast open world that feels alive.
- Optimization is still an issue on PC;
- The controls are pretty hard to learn.