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What features do you most want to see in RDR2? Personally, I'm looking for:

  • The ability to dual wield
  • More gore/visuals
  • The ability to create a close relationship with your horse
  • A HUGE map
  • Weather like storms etc
  • Some single player DLC
  • A better online experience that GTA Online (reliability, performance mainly)

How about everyone else?

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I want the game to be a massive improvement on GTA V. Graphics, storyline etc. The SP story in GTA V was rubbish and GTA Online is basically GTA Loading Screen. So they need to fix all that. Otherwise I can't wait to return to the Wild West... it's been a while!

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I would hope they fixed the horse issues and the online gameplay. There were a lot of glitchy issues in both. I am also hoping for more easter eggs. 

 

And since you mentioned it... Storms and a weather system would be pretty sick! 

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+1 for the storms here too. Imagine lightning effects when you are looking out over the desert, or creeping around some old town in the Wild West. I imagine/hope that Rockstar could create a pretty amazing atmosphere.

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Be a Lawman, or a rancher, or a Native American, or a rustler, or a gambler, or a bounty hunter, or a preacher, or a bank robber, or a farmer, or a stagecoach driver, or a saloon keeper...

More customisation. 

Keep the straighter tone of RDR, rather than the madcap GTA vibe.

Different houses, hideouts. 

More of everything please!

 

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Weird but I'd like to just be able to sit down on a chair.

Also better camping. I'd like to make camp but still explore the area - have the campfire going etc. FarCry Primal did this pretty well, but I'd still like to be able to do more around the campfire, just to add to the immersion. 

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On 11/04/2017 at 3:41 AM, corkblisters said:

Be a Lawman, or a rancher, or a Native American, or a rustler, or a gambler, or a bounty hunter, or a preacher, or a bank robber, or a farmer, or a stagecoach driver, or a saloon keeper...

I really like all those, I just hope they go DEEP in terms of what you can do in all those different roles.

17 hours ago, Benjo said:

Weird but I'd like to just be able to sit down on a chair.

Also better camping. I'd like to make camp but still explore the area - have the campfire going etc. FarCry Primal did this pretty well, but I'd still like to be able to do more around the campfire, just to add to the immersion. 

Question - I've never been one to sit in chairs in games or any of that sort of stuff (like hanging out in apartments in GTA Online). Is it just an RP type thing, or what drives gamers to do stuff like that in games when there is so much other more exciting things to do (no disrespect intended)?

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8 hours ago, MrWhite said:

I really like all those, I just hope they go DEEP in terms of what you can do in all those different roles.

Question - I've never been one to sit in chairs in games or any of that sort of stuff (like hanging out in apartments in GTA Online). Is it just an RP type thing, or what drives gamers to do stuff like that in games when there is so much other more exciting things to do (no disrespect intended)?

For me it's about the immersion. I remember in RDR1 if you wait long enough in the Macfarlane ranch, a guy starts playing the violin by the campfire. It would be cool to be able to sit down with the other people and experience it rather than just standing around. Small touch I guess but one I would like. You can sit down in GTA 5/O but there's no real need to. In RDR2 the scenery will be worth looking at and there will be nice little touches like that violinist. I guess sitting is what you would do if you were there, which is what I mean by adding to the immersion. 

Admittedly just sitting down is not the most exciting thing to do but it's a nice change of pace from shooting up a town. GTAO can get a little frantic with all the fighting and missions, so its good to escape a bit. I imagine RDR2 will be the same. 

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