That’s how Dead Eye works in Red Dead Redemption 2
Red Dead Redemption 2 is almost here and fans of the series have been treated to new details about the game almost daily for the past few weeks. Rockstar Games has also released more information about the Dead Eye feature, where the player can slow down time to mark targets.
Operation Dead Eye
The Dead Eye system of the Red Dead series has been revamped and gradually expands, becoming more sophisticated throughout the story. Dead Eye offers several options, including automatic target selection, manually marking multiple targets, shooting in slow motion and finally pinpointing weak spots for even more deadly accuracy. The system grows with the player and often gives you a significant advantage in Red Dead Redemption 2.
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- Saving and unleashing Dead Eye in multi-enemy gunfights can be an important strategy in turning the battle in your favor.
- Mark your opponents and unleash a hail of bullets.
- Dead Eye develops over the course of the game and at some point you will be able to see critical and fatal points on your enemies such as the heart, brain and lungs.
- In Red Dead Redemption 2, Dead Eye can only be used temporarily. You can quickly replenish the gauge in combat by using food or tonics.
Red Dead Redemption 2 will be released on October 26 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In addition, there are rumors that a PC version is being worked on, but we will probably have to wait for some time. The PlayStation 4 Pro bundle is now available for pre-order at Bol.com and NedGame, while no special edition will be released for the Xbox One X. PlayStation 4 users will also receive temporary exclusive online content. This content will be released for Xbox One a month later.