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‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ Release Date, Latest Hints & Updates; Game Allegedly Features Matt Bradford In Sequel

Update Date: Mar 18, 2017 10:00 PM EDT

The "Red Dead Redemption 2" release date speculations have been going around for a while now. However, there has been no recent updates from Rockstar Games since the announcement of the sequel five months ago. Although, that has not diminished the enthusiasm of fans digging out hints through various sources.

Matt Bradford Featured In 'Red Dead Redemption 2'

According to Segment Next, actor Matt Bradford will be a part of the upcoming sequel from Take-Two Interactive. The voice actor is also known for his roles in "The Last Ride," "Las Vegas Story," and "Army Dog." He has already appeared in "NBA 0," and is not a newbie as a video game talent.

It seems like on impulse, Bradford posted his involvement with the sequel. However, later on, he removed "Red Dead Redemption 2" from his resume. So his association with "RDR2" is still not completely confirmed.

Reports Indicate "RDR 2" To Be A Prequel?

Since there has been no updates from Rockstar Games related to the sequel, fans have started coming up with their own speculations. Some of them seem realistic and may be true after all. One of the speculations for "Red Dead Redemption 2" suggested that the game is a sort of prequel, reports Game Rant.

The potential leaks reveal that John Marston of his time is shown with his former associates, including Bill Williamson and Dutch. And these speculations coming from the GTA Network folks seem to be absolutely near the truth, considering the selection of the voice actors. Bradford almost declared that he is on board "Red Dead Redemption 2" to voice-act for a character called Dutch.

It is an indication enough that fans will get to see Dutch in the sequel. Similar speculations are also being made for Robert Clarke, who also included a character possibly related to "Red Dead Redemption 2" in his resume and later on removed it.

Although all these are mere speculations since these are based on realistic findings, they have all the chances of coming true. Stay tuned for more "RDR 2" updates.

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