The second gameplay demo for Red Dead Redemption 2 goes live later today; here’s how to watch it

It might seem self-explanatory, but the question of how to watch the Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay trailer, which goes live later today, can be answered in about a dozen different ways. The good news is that you’ll have no trouble streaming it regardless of location or platform, but there’s undoubtedly an element of overchoice when it comes to finding the best place to watch Rockstar’s latest demo for its open world Western.

The Gameplay Video Part 2 will follow up from the first trailer of August, explaining more about Red Dead Redemption 2’s world, combat, story, and the much anticipated multiplayer portion of the game, Red Dead Online. It’ll probably be just as long and comprehensive, too, so you don’t want to miss it. Here’s how, where, and when you can watch the whole trailer, as soon as it goes live.

Where can I watch the Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay trailer?


We’ll chuck the full trailer in this article once it’s out there, so feel free to bookmark this page for later. Otherwise, Rockstar has confirmed that you’ll be able to watch Red Dead Redemption 2’s Gameplay Video Part 2 on its official website, or through its  YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch channels.

When can I watch the Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay trailer?

The Red Dead Redemption 2 Gameplay Video Part 2 will go live today, Monday October 1, at 9AM ET, 6AM PT, 2PM BST. That’s only a couple of hours away, so don’t forget to set a reminder!

How can I watch the Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay trailer?

On any device that can play video, basically. Smart TV, mobile phone, PC, console, whatever, as long as you can run YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, Twitter, or Rockstar’s dedicated video player on its website, you’re good to go. The trailer will be up on all of these streaming platforms within minutes of the scheduled air time, too.

What’s in the Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay trailer?

At the end of the first Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay video, Rockstar’s signature commentator says this next demo will look at “missions, activities, enemy gangs, robberies, other things to do, and much more, including the evolution of sharpshooting using the deadeye system.”  That’s a lot of ground to cover, so you can expect tons more gameplay to drool over at the very least, before Red Dead Redemption 2 finally releases later this month, on October 26.


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