Rockstar recently announced the release of Red Dead Redemption 2, and its trailer is finally out today!

The recently announced sequel to Red Dead Redemption – a Western world-based open world action-adventure – is coming for the great pleasure of gamers and open world gaming lovers.

When Rockstar announced that Red Dead Redemption 2 will release in 2017’s fall – the whole internet cheered the step. The reason is that we almost thought Rockstar would ditch the franchise, like several other similarly-themed games.

Rockstar is the name behind GTA. It’s no overestimation to believe that Red Dead Redemption 2 will provide an excellent experience to gamers. The trailer features a lot of interesting stuff.

Here’s what we learned from the trailer

Stunning graphics, the environment looks really fabulous. Water, smoke, grass, animal motion — awe-inspiring. The characters also shown in the trailer make an appearance. Horses run in a dash. IGN’s live commentary noted the beautiful graphics. No revelations were made though. The wilderness and city scape both looked really stunning. Such a shame there’s no PC version! “When they’re coming for you … you better run.”

The first official tease released as well. All Rockstar logos are changed to the Red Dead Redemption 2 theme. The gameplay is shown in the tease. With everyone on the internet going crazy over it, you can see why it’s fully justified. The graphics are top-notch. Details about the story and the revelations about the characters are yet to solidify. Right now it’s not even known whether they are antagonists or protagonists.

Along with those confusions, there was one more that bugged a few gamers. Is it just a Red Ded remaster? Well it’s quite confirmed that it’s not. The powerful cuts and shots in the trailer were really exciting. The town was well populated. The beginning was really beautiful. One of the biggest questions is “Whose voice was that?” Although the great graphics were expected, the fluid animal motion was truly spectacular. People are crying for a PC version all over. The release date is fall 2017 (September, October, or Novermber — but mostly it feels October).