The Red Dead Redemption 2 map has been seen worldwide. At first, the picture was posted on NeoGAF by user Mideon, who later removed it, yet not before it was spared and reposted. The picture, which you can see below, consists of the Great Plains, where the Blackwater zone from the primary game was found. Furthermore, various islands can be seen on the edges, demonstrating the player might have the capacity to either swim or take a pontoon out to new areas.
The game, which has not yet been declared by Red Dead Redemption designer Rockstar, is allegedly a prequel. The nonattendance of a railroad, which was conspicuously included in Redemption, is an additional confirmation of this, the site says. Nonetheless, it’s significant that guide has “railroad” in its key. Another fascinating territory included in the guide is New Bordeaux (base right). This is the territory where Mafia 3, circulated by Rockstar’s guardian organization, Take-Two Interactive, is set. It happens in 1968.
GameSpot has reached Rockstar and Take-Two for a remark on the picture spill. In spite of the fact that Take-Two has never by and large affirmed another Red Dead title, the organization’s CEO, Strauss Zelnick, has beforehand recommended one is possible, depicting it as a “perpetual” property, much like Grand Theft Auto. On March 26, Techradar additionally reported that “preparatory” work on Grand Theft Auto 6 had begun. Rockstar additionally already considered a “full” Grand Theft Auto diversion set in Tokyo and even sent staff to the Japanese city for an examination trip.
In related news, previous Rockstar North president Leslie Benzies has asserted Red Dead Redemption had critical advancement issues, which he was instrumental in tending to. Benzies has dispatched a claim against Take-Two Interactive, looking for $150 million in unpaid eminences. Take-Two has documented a counter-suit.