Haven't watched the video, but will try to eventually. My RDR 2 hype is effectively dead. I have loved R* historically, but the direction GTA has taken.....I almost never watch streams on Twitch, but did so for about 10 minutes last night. My takeaway was that this, THIS, is what GTA has become. It was like what I'd imagine watching Keeping Up With The Kardashians is like. Some bubble-headed streamer, with thousands of viewers, living some bizarre fantasy life of excess. "Ooooo, I'm gon buy' this car. Id' be nice if ( some guy ) would buy it for me, but I know he ain't got money like that. I'm just gonna buy it for myself" And so on. AMAZING. But that's more about the direction the scum at Take-Two is pushing their titles towards than the design of RDR 2.....As for the base, unadulterated RDR 2 game, there seem to be many elements that push it towards something more akin to a cowboy minutia simulator than a more traditional action-adventure open world game. From what I've read, what passes for stealth seems like it may be frustrating, as would the recognition/notoriety system. I may love it, but there are some serious red flags for me.