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Rockstar unveils Red Dead Redemption 2 companion app

Rockstar unveils Red Dead Redemption 2 companion app

By way of the companion app that's coming on Friday on Android and iOS, you'll be able to connect your PS4 or Xbox One and operate the game's map and read protagonist Arthur Morgan's lore-filled journal. Rockstar brought us the entire Grand Theft Auto series, and building a game more in-depth than those legendary titles must have been no easy feat. It's a bit hit and miss, but you get what you pay for.

The Red Dead Redemption 2 companion app is now on track for October 26, 2018, alongside the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 release.

Expect our review tomorrow morning!




"Environments are equally as lush on all platforms, rendering effects are nearly a complete match, while draw distances and pop-in are just as solid regardless of the machine you play it on", the Eurogamer report concludes.

The Xbox One S is Microsoft's entry-level Xbox One console, granting access to all Xbox games on a budget. Xbox One X also knocks down the PS4 Pro; it reaches a Native 4K and hit an nearly flawless 30fps. But Rockstar has acknowledged that people get games early, so it's set a streaming embargo it would like you to stick to if you have the game ahead of everyone else. It seems Rockstar have took their time for many a reason; looking at what made the original such a landmark release, and treating it as a foundation to go bigger and better.

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