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Red Dead Redemption 2: The Beauty Of Nothing

Red Dead Redemption 2 doesn't have to be all about train robberies and gun fights. Rockstar has managed to create a certain peacefulness within the rough version of 1890s America.

There's plenty to do in Red Dead Redemption 2, but there's just as much to see as well. Rockstar's newest title features some truly beautiful landscapes, and seemingly transports you back to the time of the Wild West with its immersive gameplay.

In the video above, Dave Jewitt goes on a virtual tour of Red Dead Redemption 2 to showcase some of the game's more peaceful moments. Robbing trains and shooting bandits can be fun, but sometimes it's nice to just stop and smell the roses, hike through a canyon, or camp out on top of a mountain and gaze up at the sky.

We've enjoyed our time with Red Dead Redemption 2, both the loud and the quiet. In our Red Dead Redemption 2 review, Kallie Plagge gave the game a 9/10, writing, "While Red Dead Redemption was mostly focused on John Marston's story, Red Dead 2 is about the entire Van der Linde gang--as a community, as an idea, and as the death rattle of the Wild West. It is about Arthur, too, but as the lens through which you view the gang, his very personal, very messy story supports a larger tale. Some frustrating systems and a predictable mission structure end up serving that story well, though it does take patience to get through them and understand why. Red Dead Redemption 2 is an excellent prequel, but it's also an emotional, thought-provoking story in its own right, and it's a world that is hard to leave when it's done."