That's according to Vivianne Langdon, one of the tools programmers at the publisher's San Diego studio, who took to Twitter saying that she had never been asked or felt pressured to work overtime when making Red Dead Redemption.
Not just that, but Red Dead Redemption 2 will also be the next-step in for RPGs (role-playing-games) because it introduces a bunch of interesting game mechanics which are surely going to appear in future games as well.
Unfortunately for Rockstar Games, they have been in the news for all the wrong reasons this week.
America, 1899. The end of the wild west era has begun as lawmen hunt down the last remaining outlaw gangs. After a robbery gone bad, Arthur Morgan and the Dutch Van der Linde gang flee the scene and attempt to evade bounty hunters and the law. Red Dead Redemption protagonist John Marston also makes a fresh-faced appearance, conversing with Arthur about the nature of loyalty.
Part of Houser's statement to Kotaku reads, "Across the whole company, we have some senior people who work very hard purely because they're passionate about a project, or their particular work, and we believe that passion shows in the games we release". The RDR2 launch trailer doesn't give away any big plot points, but it definitely sets an exciting tone.
As the new trailer illustrates, Rockstar's Western open-world is heaving with opportunities and detail, around 60 hours worth to be precise. In it, you can see series' veterans' favorite character, Blue Shirt Guy, doing all kinds of outlawsy stuff - robbing trains, robbing banks, robbing bears and being all mushy about his gang affiliation.
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