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Review Scores

VGChartz Score
8.0
                         

Ratings

     

Alternative Names

レッド・デッド・リデンプション2

Developer

Rockstar Games

Genre

Action-Adventure

Other Versions

XOne

Release Dates

10/26/18 Rockstar Games
10/26/18 Rockstar Games
10/26/18 Rockstar Games

Community Stats

Owners: 22
Tracked: 2
Wishlist: 2
Now Playing: 9

Red Dead Redemption 2 - FAQs

No FAQs available for this game

Sales History

Total Sales
0.21m
Japan
4.61m
NA
5.41m
Europe
1.97m
Others
12.20m
Total
1 133,731 1,376,086 2,258,115 843,032 4,610,964
2 33,915 692,581 885,226 382,584 1,994,306
3 16,607 600,052 474,871 282,984 1,374,514
4 8,884 376,531 365,622 188,800 939,837
5 4,407 260,148 429,428 159,796 853,779
6 3,613 272,080 349,982 150,667 776,342
7 2,331 297,709 302,808 151,555 754,403
8 2,548 363,644 345,892 181,141 893,225

Opinion (12)

Kerotan posted 11/01/2019, 05:11
11.3m. WOW.
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StreaK posted 07/01/2019, 10:35
@Danasider: Yeah, I hear ya. I agree.
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StreaK posted 07/01/2019, 10:33
Yeah. but GOW did amazing numbers for the kind of game it is. And well, Rockstar has become a kind of brand for those kinds of gamers that KNOW they will get their money's worth of entertainment from their games. I think rockstar games appeal top those gamers that will FOR SURE buy a rockstar game, but even though they may also love GOW or something else for example, they will not buy it because they are selective on games they buy. Rockstar has established themselves with many casual gamers that don't buy a lot of games but buy will most likely 100% buy any rockstar game. That's what I believe and I think it's evident in the sales.
Heck, no other open world games besides like Skyrim or Fallout sell on the level of GTA or RDR.
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Rob5VGC posted 05/01/2019, 05:38
10m!
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Kivos posted 01/01/2019, 06:45
lol outsold GoW on PS4 in like 1 week
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danasider posted 31/12/2018, 01:48
To be fair, the average gamer age is going up, but the time that gamer has to devote to a game is getting smaller what with children and careers. So the term casual may be correct in the sense that these people don't play a lot now, but they very well could have been avid gamers before. But yeah, if those type of gamers lived off GTA III and on, it'd make sense for them to get these experience packed open world blockbusters.
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