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It’s time to put on your cowboy boots: Red Dead Redemption 2 gets a new trailer

Ever since Rockstar unveiled Red Dead Redemption 2, what feels like a lifetime ago, fans have been on edge to see more of this promising sequel.

Now the long wait is over and I for one am ecstatic about the new trailer.

It shows off a lot more of the game.

What caught my eye right from the outset was the breathtaking visuals and the high-octane action.

It seems like they have reworked the melee combat system to make it far more impactful and chaotic.

They have also expanded on the famous hunting system and they have added one of my favourite weapons, the bow.

I cannot wait to stalk my foe from the shadows and tick em with the pointy ends of my arrows.

All this has gotten me very hyped up for the game's release next year.

I simply can’t wait to get my hands on this new wild west open-world title and it seems that I’m not alone.

Here are some of the best reactions from across the web

You can watch the trailer here 

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