RED DEAD REDEMPTION Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 FULL GAME [4K ULTRA HD] – No Commentary



Red Dead Redemption 1 Walkthrough Part 1 and until the last part will include the full Red Dead Redemption Gameplay on Xbox Series X. This Red Dead Redemption Gameplay is recorded in 4K 60FPS on Xbox Series X and will include the full game, all endings and all boss fights.

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Red Dead Redemption is an action-adventure game developed by by Rockstar Games. Red Dead Redemption is an epic battle for survival in a beautiful open world as John Marston struggles to bury his past.

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42 thoughts on “RED DEAD REDEMPTION Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 FULL GAME [4K ULTRA HD] – No Commentary

  • May 17, 2022 at 6:00 pm
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    Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare Walkthrough – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj8VPfXIuvY

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  • June 12, 2022 at 7:48 am
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    Can you imagine the PTSD taking a hold over John as Dickens says they just need more money?

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  • June 15, 2022 at 3:55 pm
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    Literally sat down and watched this like a movie, funny part is I’ve watched this 4 times and only beaten the game once.

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  • June 15, 2022 at 8:14 pm
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    I feel that if GTA has the same expansiveness as the Red Dead games with the charm of Bully it will be better than this, but as it stands Red Dead still the goat

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  • July 1, 2022 at 7:31 am
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    I truly don't understand the ending. Why tell him to go live his life then come back and kill him? Why not kill him right after Dutch died? He was being an upstanding citizen and running a farm. I truly don't see why they had to kill him.

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  • July 2, 2022 at 10:15 pm
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    ⚠️Vary Long comment about Jack Marston’s game justification and story.

    Arthur said “revenge is fools game”, Jack took revenge on a very high ranked and decorated federal agent. While canonically speaking 3 people are alive who could point fingers in Jack’s direction. Rdr3 as in “red dead redemption 3” must happen with the Jack he’s the last piece in this whole revenge cycle.

    1. World War I does not really mean anything to the United States until April 1917 when we get involved and soon after that we start drafting. We have a few years to work with for Jack’s Western adventures. 1914,1915,1916, and part of 1917

    2. If historical accuracy is the problem well by most estimates that I’ve seen many historians consider the end of the wild west to be around 1890 to about 1895. So by that logic rdr2 and rdr1 are unrealistic technically given their time periods. Standard Wild West era in 1865-1895. In reality no western should ever see the light of day of the 1900s and definitely not the 1910s as for 1899 well it’s in the late 1800s but still out of the standard time frame technically.

    3. Rockstar operates under a different timeline giving the years they set their games, they seaming look at things from the perspective of “as long as horse travel is still normal, western stories happening is not ridiculous yet and not far out of the realm of believability”. So we can say Rockstars standard for the Wild West era factors with end of the horse era so 1865-1920ish. Which technically does make sense if horse travel is still normal then criminals on horseback is not far-fetched either.

    4. Considering they literally made “Cowboys of the Caribbean” by making chapter 5 in Guarma I don’t think they’re that too concerned about keeping everything 100% strict on standard Wild West areas/adventures. So I don’t think using only ONE part of rdr3 being set over seas in World War I is that far-fetched of an idea for rockstar.

    5. People think he “has no story to tell….” he shot a retired top brass FBI federal agent… then canonically speaking leaves 3 ppl alive who can point at jack. The agent that he first asked about where to find Edgar, along with Edgar‘s wife and brother are still alive. With the brother being the one who most likely finds the body after Edgar doesn’t return back to camp for a while, he goes looking for him. Then inevitably reports that to the police then news gets back to Blackwater quickly. Than the agent Jack first asked is going to give a statement about a young man late teens early 20’s was looking for him. Considering what happened to Jack’s dad a few years earlier is not ancient history to the Blackwater police force. The law will decide to go down to breachers hope to go see if Jack is home obviously he won’t be there. After a few weeks no sight of him returning home, then factoring in the the statements from the brother and the wife. The Government is going to assume that Jack is most likely the one who killed Edger because he has the biggest motive to wanna go after Edgar, with no alibi to suggest otherwise, and conveniently not at home. Also because we’re supposed to be starting to enter the modern age, killing cops especially Top brass federal agents is going to give Jack a hefty bounty and law is not going to just let this go. Boom Jack is on the run RDR 3 starts

    6. Another thing the redemption storyline does not give out free happy endings unearned. Jack will get his no doubt, but so many people believe he just killed Edgar and just got away with it. That is not how rockstar writes the redemption storyline you don’t just walk away Scott free with no repercussion. The redemption trilogy is about finding redemption in the eyes of law enforcement and or in the eyes of your peers/yourself. Set during end of the wild west era as the foundational background for the “Redemption” stories. I want Jack to have a happy ending, and I know he will rockstar won’t kill him off or leave him sitting in jail forever as the ending of RDR3. But his redemption at least in the eyes of the law must be earned not just handed freely while simultaneously being very inconsistent with what the theme of the redemption storyline is about.

    7. “he lived and became an author the end ” several things questionable/ arguably wrong with that that. The one book that we see in Franklins house in GTA only proves one thing. He lived long enough to write a book and publish one that does not mean he got a happily ever after in terms of a long life/ peaceful one. I mean technically he could’ve wrote that book in the few years following John’s death as a way of coping with grief as far as we know. And had it published before his mom‘s death and his hunt for Edger… He could’ve died in World War 1, or died a wanted man for killing Edgar and most likely other crimes, we just don’t know for sure how Jack turned out…. One book only proves one book that he made exist and was published.

    Plot wise rdr3

    Chapters 1-8 Jack goes on the run for killing Edgar Ross, shortly into his life as an outlaw he runs into “the last outlaw gang of the West” he joins up with them considering he knows on his own he’s not likely to last very long he doesn’t know how to go “on the run” John and Abigail tried to keep him away from that life as much as possible. After joining Jack and his new gang robs banks, trains, etc.. “standard wild West adventures”. 1914- middle 1917.

    Epilogue 1 he gets captured by Archer Fordham in middle 1917, Along with a few of his gang buds Who are about his age. And because they’re all young man Their offered a deal in exchange for their freedom or not. “You gentlemen can choose to fight In ww1 if you survive you’ll be free men when you get back consider this your sentence, or you could choose not to fight and you can sit in prison for the rest of your lives or I can just hang you… your choice” obviously they choose to fight we play as Jack in World War I.

    Epilogue 2 it’s November 1918 the war is over, Jack and his friends who made it go back to the states are declared as free men in the eyes of the law, Jack is officially redeemed. shortly after He Married his gf, Buys a new ranch to honor his parents, and starts writing the book “rdr”.

    Final Act 1919 jack’s been home and adjusting to “modern life” for 1 year. We see the ranch is doing well, he just finished his book, has two kids, his friends are also doing well they also live relatively close by to him. We last see Jack close the book he just finished, look at the pictures on the wall , we see his dad‘s old gang, and Jacks gang, picture of his squad mates from the war, solo picture of himself, and his parents and his new family. He kinda smiles Then stands up put on his dad‘s hat goes outside to go work around the ranch The END

    Credits shows Jack and his family over the years of their lives in the 1920s 30s 40s 50s… up until Jack is an old man. With a Heavy focus showing Jack’s Ranch Grow into a big business over the years, and he has several best selling books he wrote, also showing how his kids turned out, and life with his wife, and Nice moments with his old gang/war buds over the years.

    Honorable mentions Assuming none of John’s old gang members have anything to do with Jack story during the outlaw stage or when he’s overseas in the war. Might be a nice little nod to show clips of them in the credits scene “how they’re doing now”. Last time we saw them was 1907 be nice to check in to see what their life is like in 1919 at the true very end of the Wild West

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  • July 6, 2022 at 8:30 pm
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    So glad I played rdr2 first!!! So glad I didn't play this one yet!!! Now its 2022 and I'm just now about to buy and play it on game pass

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  • July 8, 2022 at 1:00 pm
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    These graphics still holdup today. What a masterpiece these red dead games are.

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  • July 20, 2022 at 3:09 pm
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    This game is a masterpiece. Single player, great. Multiplayer, great. I have very fond memories of grinding the out 100% completion achievement on Xbox 360. With DLC there were like 75 achievements for this game and I got all of them, but 3 or 4.

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  • July 22, 2022 at 2:20 am
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    Playing Rdr2 then Rdr1 is perfect. In the beginning I remember Charles, he's half native, kinda makes me wonder what John thought of it. You kinda see he's upset with the remarks.

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  • August 1, 2022 at 3:10 pm
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    Where can I get that black horse you have

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  • August 2, 2022 at 4:56 am
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    Been looking for a Red Dead playthrough that includes the opening on the train, amazing piece of dialogue that sets the tone of the opening of the Wild West with uncertainty, some of the horse riding between missions without commentary. Might stick around for more content from his channel. Sometimes you just wanna see a game's playthrough and story unfold without screaming. Thank you.

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  • August 3, 2022 at 10:45 pm
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    As a kid I never finished games.. I think the only one I ever finished was cod waw. Now that I’m an adult I find myself going back and finishing these games and it feels as nostalgic as ever in these hard times

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  • August 5, 2022 at 1:41 am
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    Yes there the best games of all time to me at least the first one exspecially if u played it when it first came out and play all the way through it is the best game ever to me

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  • August 6, 2022 at 5:44 pm
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    the gameplay of red dead redemption is amazing everything from the open world the gun play and cutscenes are fantastic

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  • August 13, 2022 at 9:10 pm
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    I have no way of playing the game, as i dont have a ps3 or a xbox 360, so I'm just gonna watch this entire video so I know the story of rdr1

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  • August 14, 2022 at 2:29 am
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    I still can’t believe Arthur is dead in red dead redemption two now I have never played red dead redemption but I did start playing red dead redemption two and I to the end of Arthur’s story now I’m playing is John

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