Craziest Clues Why 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Plot is a Prequel

I never did get far in Red Dead Redemption and don't know how big its world was, but these guys are bringing "the whole map" from RDR into a completely different game, so I suppose that is impressive any way you look at it.

The project's name? Red Dead Redemption V.

Knowing the fate of the character in the first game, it is interesting to know that he is part of "Red Dead Redemption 2".

Another clue, fans found out was the fact that most voice actor folks from "Red Dead Redemption" are following each other. The game's Dead Eye slow-motion targeting is listed as a top priority, but there's also a mention of the various mini-games that were peppered throughout Red Dead Redemption, like five-finger filet, arm wrestling, and poker.

What if the multiple protagonist approach rumored to be coming to the game will see players switch between timelines as well. Fans point out a small detail not seen in the earlier version of the game. The report said that another clue that the game is possible to be a sequel is the presence of certain technology in the trailers, such as telephone lines.

Another discussion from this prequel vs sequel debate is on the possibility of a flashback play.

Last but not the least, it is believed it was Clark's voice that guided fans through the announcement trailer released by Rockstar a year ago. Jack is suspected to have an older character just for the objective of learning more about his father, according to RDR2.

How long Rockstar will allow this project to carry on though is anyone's guess, but PC gamers will be praying that this dedicated team of fans will be allowed to complete their vision and Red Dead Redemption V (the project's working title) will be released. This game is playable on either a Playstation 4 or Xbox One. In Australia, the game can be preordered from EB Games, JB HiFi or The Gamesmen for $99.95.

  • Arturo Norris