Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay: fistfights, camping, tracking, horse riding and more


In celebration of the release of Red Dead Redemption 2, from 11.30 pm on Thursday night hungry, and probably cold, gamers can get free KFC delivered at the London, Soho branch of GAME from Deliveroo. The unexpected addition features a number of interesting aspects, each allowing for further immersion into the world of the wild west.

Just days before the official launch of Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption 2, the developer has taken to their blog to announce a Red Dead Redemption 2 companion app. Through the app, players will be able to check out the map, a diary with relevant information and even move the HUD completely on the smart device, freeing space on the main screen.

The app which will be released on October 26th alongside the official launch of the game will assist players through directly connecting to their Xbox One or PS4. The Companion App is meant to show maps, stats, journal entries and other things that might normally require a call to a menu in-game. Companion apps are certainly nothing new, as Rockstar themselves dabbled in the concept with Grand Theft Auto 5's iFruit app.

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Deliveroo, a fast food service who use cyclists to deliver your nosh, have put together a great idea for hungry gamers who don't want to leave and potentially lose their place in line as they eagerly wait to purchase their copy of Red Dead Redemption 2 at midnight.

The app will be available on iPhone, iPad, and Android some time on Friday when the game launches.