Red Dead Redemption 2’s Map Locations Revealed + 14 New Screenshots
Even though it’s just over a month to go, the information we have about Red Dead Redemption 2 is on the vague side, although it’s not necessarily a bad thing…
Today Rockstar Games have revealed new details on Red Dead Redemption 2’s game world. Uploaded onto the Features section on the Official website, Rockstar have posted a variety of new screenshots of the game’s Frontier, Cities and Towns. We know that the game is set in the same place as the first Red Dead Redemption, whether the map in RDR2 is bigger, or the previous map is just part of the new one, is unknown at this point.
With us closely approaching launch day, details of Red Dead Redemption 2 should be flooding out over the next few weeks. We’ll have our dedicated Game Media and Game Details pages updated with all the official information we have, but for now, enjoy the new details on the game’s locations below as well as 14 brand-new screenshots!
VALENTINE, The Heartlands, NH ~ A raucous, rough-and-tumble town in the Heartlands, Valentine’s livestock auctions attract traders, ranchers, cowboys, gamblers, outlaws and prostitutes from far and wide, all looking to make some money, raise some hell, and have a good time.
ANNESBBURG, Roaneoke Ridge, NH ~ Life isn’t easy for the miners and their families in Annesburg, which has been providing coal up and down the Lannahechee River for almost a century. Working conditions are terrible for little pay, and many men have lost their lives down the pit.
SAINT DENIS, Bayou nwa, LE ~ A key gateway into North America with a trade route that runs the length of the country, the bustling city of Saint Denis is a melting pot of cultures and people where businessmen, socialites, sailors, laborers, beggars and thieves all live side by side.
MOUNT HAGEN, Grizzlies, AM ~ One of the more well-known peaks in the snowy Grizzlies of Ambarino, Mount Hagen towers above Lake Isabella to the west and Beartooth Beck to the east, which provides the main pass through the western mountain range and joins up with the Dakota River further south.