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Red Dead Return

They delivered the first trailer this morning, and it didn't disappoint. While no obviously game play footage was included, they were able to showcase some beautiful Western vistas in the sixty-eight second trailer. There was a locomotive steaming its way past a herd of buffalo, some cowboys enjoying the warmth of a fire under a star-filled sky, and even some shots of a Deadwood-like town. Fall of 2017 is the release date listed at the tail-end of the trailer, but video game release dates have become very unreliable over the last few years so I wouldn't be surprised if the game gets pushed to the spring of 2018. No matter what year Red Dead Redemption 2 arrives in, it will instantly be a favorite to win a lot of Game of the Year awards.