Red Dead Redemption 2 quickly scans the blogosphere this Friday, October 26th.
Just a few short days in advance of release, developer Rockstar Games has announced that Red Dead Redemption 2 include the official interactive companion app.
Rockstar posted the good news via the website, stating:
“The?Red Dead Redemption 2 Companion App?connects directly with the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One since you play, delivering real-time interactive information towards your smart device. Obtainable for download on October 26th on both iOS and Android, it is possible to pan and zoom the map, set waypoints or mark regions of interest which has a tap with your screen, aiding your exploration and discovery over the expansive arena of Red Dead Redemption 2.”
In addition for the game’s map, the companion app will even display protagonist Arthur Morgan’s stats in real-time, which can allow players fully get rid of HUD from their televisions with out sacrificing?information.
The app will even grant players having access to Arthur’s in-game journal, Rockstar Social Club stat tracking, the full digital manual for Red Dead Redemption 2, an optional digital version of the Red Dead Redemption 2 guide from Piggyback, and much more that has not announced. We’ll wager a guess that the app will likely support Red Dead Online once the beta is released in November.
What ya think for the companion app? Can it be a worthy with regard to this monumental game release or ultimately ultimately certainly be a gimmick that a majority of players won’t use? Inform us within the comments!
Red Dead Redemption 2, with its companion app, will launch this Friday, Oct. 26 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.