Rockstar Games teased that they’ll finally be releasing a proper soundtrack for their 2018 game Red Dead Redemption 2 this past week. The company went on Twitter to promote a live performance of the music at the Red Bull Music Festival in Los Angeles that took place over the weekend, and with it came an additional post that they’ll be releasing the soundtrack sometime in the Spring.
And tuned for more info on the official releases of The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2 coming this Spring, featuring both the Original Score composed by Woody Jackson; and the Original Soundtrack produced by Daniel Lanois feat D’Angelo, Willie Nelson, Rhiannon Giddens and more.
— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) February 21, 2019
Whether or not you’re a fan of the game, it’s kinda hard to deny they got the music right for it. It may be a little modernized compared to what was actually being put out at the era of the game, but it does give you a backcountry feeling as if you were navigating through the west when there was barely anything beyond Arkansas. No word on an official release date yet, but we’re sure they’ll promote the hell out of it when they want Red Dead Redemption 2 fans to buy it.