Red Dead Redemption 2’s The Frontier, Towns, and Cities

Rockstar Games, known for their Grand Theft Auto franchise, has unveiled the locations you get to explore in their upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2 next month on October 26. After Rockstar shipped us that awesome mug and shirt to remind us that Red Dead Redemption 2 is just now around the corner, we can’t help but wait for its launch.

We look at Valentine, located at The Heartlands, NH where its livestock auctions don’t just attract traders ranchers, and cowboys but also those outlaws and prostitutes from different parts of the world.

In Annesburg, it’s hell for people to live in. This is a place where people thrive when it comes to labor. It’s a difficult place to live, and we’ll get to experience that when Red Dead Redemption 2 comes out.

If you think modern New York is a city where different types of people live, in the world of Red Dead Redemption 2, Saint Denis is your New York City (but not as big as NYC, no).

Mount Hagen is well-known for its easy accessibility. This is where outlaws and gans pass through that lead directly to the Dakota River.

When corruption becomes the main source of power, then what you’re looking for is in the Southern town of Rhodes. Both Braithwaites and the Grays have been waging war for years.

Once known to be a typical stop for travelers, now the town of Strawberry is slowly being transformed to become a place for rich tourist families and individuals.

One location in Red Dead Redemption 2 I’m looking forward to and that’s Lagras. It’s not just because of its swamps but it’s where we can see people who actually lives sufficiently with what they have. Knowing that you can interact with the majority of the people in the game, I can’t wait to hear some of their stories.

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