6. Troy Baker’s Voice
We just hear one voice in the trailer, and we’re never given any indications about who could talk. It doesn’t sound particularly like Rob Wiethoff, the voice of John Marston, nor does it seem like Benjamin Byron Davis, the voice of adversary Dutch. It does, in any case, sound somewhat like voice on-screen character Troy Baker, the voice behind characters like Booker DeWitt from BioShock Infinite and Delsin Rowe from Infamous: Second Son. The voice says, “When the time comes, you gotta run and don’t think back. This is over.” This is all exceptionally premonition and certainly demonstrates that an incredible change is going to come. Possibly it even implies when John deserted his previous lifestyle and left Dutch’s group.
7. Multiple Protagonists
The seven riders toward the end of the trailer bring to mind the picture of the Magnificent Seven. It could likewise allude to the likelihood of having numerous heroes, much the same as in Grand Theft Auto V. Regardless of whether we’ll have the capacity to encounter the stories of each of the seven, or even any, of these men is hazy, yet we’re trusting that is the street Rockstar brings with Red Dead Redemption 2’s account. The nearness of such a large number of riders could likewise be a gesture to the emphasis on multiplayer that Rockstar’s been praising with every bother of the game. In case we’re ready to frame our own forces with our companions on the web, the buildup levels would presumably simply soar. It’ll likely be some time until Rockstar streams out more data about the game, however these are only a couple of things we could gather from the brief pictures they showcased in the underlying secret trailer. We sit tight eagerly for more Western goodness.