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Would Virtual Reality features add to the overall value Red Dead Redemption 2?

As of right now Red Dead Redemption 2 is currently one of the hottest video games in stores right now following its big release in October 26th. Not only has Red Dead Redemption 2 sold over 15 million copies worldwide in a very short period of time but it also managed to surpass its 2010 predecessor for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in less than a month. The story mode along with the online multiplayer game mode makes Red Dead Redemption a game worth own especially for those who were fans of the first title which came out eight years ago. As popular as Red Dead Redemption 2 is there are some who believe that Virtual Reality gameplay would add to the overall quality of an already polished action-adventure western themed video game.

While Virtual Reality gameplay for Red Dead Redemption 2 sounds awesome in theory there really has not been any talk of RockStar Games making it a reality. The idea of seeing cinematic cutscenes from Red Redemption 2 through a VR headset would be an unforgettable gaming experience of itself. However, as it currently stands Virtual Reality has arguably yet to still reach its peak in popularity. Also, Virtual Reality headsets such as the PSVR and the Oculus Rift are still considered to be very expensive to the average gamer with prices ranging from $299-$399. Virtual Reality features would indeed add to the overall quality of Red Dead Redemption 2 but as it currently stands its unlikely to happen anytime soon.

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