With so many great games being announced every day, it's not that frequent any more that we see the kind of clamoring excitement that accompanied the announcement of Red Dead Redemption 2.Teased and announced with perfect pacing on the part of Rockstar, the game will be the developer's third set in the Wild West and its first release since Grand Theft Auto 5 in 2013.Yes, this is the work of the always crafty Captain Jack Sparrow, as the film in question is has burnt down countless box office records with its December release, the message is clear. With that valuable real estate clear, Disney can hand that turf over to a movie series that could really use such a sweet release date. Other than a fairly boilerplate image released nearly a year ago, you wouldn’t even know that the latest adventure of Jack Sparrow even existed.
He told Kevin Smith on his so I can't tell anyone because I don't want it on the show before I get it in my comic," he continued, before quipping: "So, if the show were to end ever, at any point and the comic was still going, I would have to sit down with Scott [Gimple] and pretend I have no idea how to end it and come up with another ending." Note his words - "..the show were to end ever' - this backs up the notion that AMC plan to cintune its zombie series for quite some time yet.
New mechanics The report also states that the game will have new mechanics.
There'll be locations dedicated to procuring new items and gambling, as well as a slum market where it'll apparently be possible to pick up these items on a discount.
'Revive and Survive' will set two teams against one another in an all out battle where teams will have to fight to stay alive, risking their own necks to revive team members and keep the game going.
Finally, 'Money Grab' will be a heist-style mode where two teams will go head-to-head in order to collect money from a central location and return it safely to their hideout.
Here is what we do know: the film will find Jack chasing down another ancient artifact of great power, Javier Bardem will play the supernatural pirate villain standing in his way, Brenton Thwaites will play the new young lead who gets to act surprised whenever Jack does something crazy, and Orlando Bloom will return in some capacity as Will Turner.