Red Dead Redemption Online: Features We’d Like To See

Red Dead Redemption Online: Features We’d Like To See

Red Dead Redemption 2, the highly anticipated next chapter in the Red Dead series has finally been announced. Aside from a trailer and a few glorious screenshots we don’t know much about the game. However, with the incredible success of GTA 5’s online portion it seems a safe bet that Rockstar will feature a similar mode for their Western epic. With that in mind, here are a couple of things that we’d love to see included in an online version of Red Dead Redemption 2.

Heists

The heists in GTA 5 online were some of the most fun and exciting things you could do with your friends and they seem a perfect fit for Red Dead Redemption. Picture this: A group of your friends saddle up and ride into the nearest town. Upon arrival you hold up the local bank and gun down the local sheriff and his posse before high tailing it back to your hideout. Other online players could even play as the long arm of the law and attempt to bring you to justice before you were able to escape.

Become a Land Baron

The wild west was a sprawling expanse and an ideal location for enterprising pioneers to carve out an existence. We’d love to be able to purchase large tracts of land and set up our own ranches online. Perhaps we could populate the plains with our herds of cattle. Of course, no ranch would be complete without a great name and a custom icon to brand on all our cattle, and maybe on outlaws who were foolish enough to trespass.

Hunting Expeditions

The original Red Dead Redemption had a robust hunting system with plenty of creatures to gun down but we think an online version could take it just a bit further. Rockstar should allow players to go on hunting trips for rare and dangerous creatures. If and when you find one of these beasts, assuming you aren’t mauled and eaten by it, you could shoot it and bring it back to your home to be mounted in your trophy room. This way all my friends could come and see how many elk I had brought down or grizzlies I had killed. Call it bragging rights if you will, but this is definitely a feature I want to see if Red Dead Redemption ever goes forth with the online mode.
It’s all speculation at this point as to what Rockstar has in mind for their upcoming game, but we’re confident it’ll be phenomenal. Rockstar’s record of success is virtually unmatched and this next iteration is not likely to disappoint. Red Dead Redemption is slated to be released on October

Red Dead Redemption is slated to be released on October 20th 2017, you can pre-order and read more about it’s release date here: http://www.rockstargames.com/reddeadredemption2/ 

A Brief Review Of Battlefield 1

A Brief Review Of Battlefield 1

A Respectful Homage To The First World War

Battlefield 1 is actually a military shooting masterpiece which was created by EA DICE. It transforms the extensive battlefields of World War I into an amazing and rewarding shooter which challenges gamers in ways that have been mostly lacking from the FPS genre for decades.

For individuals who have no idea, World War I had been fought between 1914 and 1918, and its ending was the deadliest battle in the history of mankind, with more than 17 million dead. The war was actually fought between the Central Powers and the Allied Powers, and there were more than 20 countries involved between the 2 sides.

Somehow, DICE was able to capture most of these facets masterfully. This game features a variety of maps, which range from dug out ditches to desert villages to mountainous hills. It’s a remarkable spread of destinations, and each spot feels and plays in a different way.

Superbly Immersive

No building on Battlefield 1 is secure. A gamer may think that the windmill which they observe is actually a hearty fortification, but then find out that it is a tank shell or perhaps an explosive mortar to completely destroy the building. The same will also apply to sand bags and most of the trench fortifications. Nevertheless, an explosion which sends fumes, as well as debris flying, does not only destroy, but also reshapes. The walls of the aforesaid windmill might now produce a rubble pile at the bottom of the building, offering a different kind of cover for all those on the ground. The colors of light are likewise outstanding, as fog, dirt, gas, fumes, and other things can significantly alter the look of a battle.

You will find as many as 7 game modes being offered. 5 are standard multiplayer modes (Conquest, War Pigeon, Team Death Match, Rush, and Domination). The 6th mode is Operations, the very best of all the multiplayer modes. The Operation features 2 maps, and in case the assailants take all the objectives in the 1st, then this game will move to the 2nd map. In case both these maps are taken, the assailants win, however, if the defenders manage to hold them off, they win. If the assailants fall short, they get one more chance – this time, strengthened by a Behemoth. In case the attackers are unsuccessful 3 times, the defenders will win.

Great Design

The gameplay is excellent. Every single gun feels unique, and more than half the weapons are bolt-action or semi-automatic, although 3 of the 4 classes have automatic options obtainable. Assault has got the most effective anti-tank weapon, Support features mortars as well as ammo, Medic can revive as well as heal, whilst Snipers obtain gear for spotting and armaments with high range optics.

Included in the graceful gunplay are armored vehicles, tanks, biplanes, behemoths, and horses. While unique in design, many of these work just like the earlier battlefield games. Behemoths are giant weapons which one side may use to reshape a conflict. The Dreadnaught features a number of heavy artillery cannons which can demolish any structure. The Armored Train has got just one artillery cannon as well as heavy machine guns. All of these have different pros and cons, and all can be demolished. Nevertheless, when employed successfully, a Behemoth will be able to swing an Operation or Conquest in favor of the group operating it.

Conclusively

In general, it is among the best Battlefield video games ever made. It features a meaningful (although undoubtedly short) single player campaign. It has got a lot of multiplayer modes, and 9 diverse maps. Even though there is not really as much customization as in the earlier games, the fantastic gameplay ought to more than make up for the shortcoming to fully customize a weapon. Battlefield 1 was definitely a blast for us to play and review. It’s one of the most epic first person shooters ever published. DICE really outdid themselves on this one.