Back in February, the website chose to share confidential documents which detailed information we now know to be accurate with regards to Red Dead Redemption 2, and you can safely say that the game's developer and publisher didn't much like that. And now they're paying for it - literally.
In a statement attributed to Rockstar and issued to Variety, Take-Two threatened to take legal action against any publications that leak confidential information.
So what happened? Trusted Reviews published a post explaining the matter. Today the company behind the game, Rockstar Games, has confirmed details on the soundtrack, and it's official: "Unshaken" really is new D'Angelo. The leak also predicted the arrival of RDR2'scompanion app for mobile devices, which Rockstar would go on to make available just ahead of the game's October 26 release.
On the page where it was once possible to find the article with confidential information, it is now possible to read the following words: "On February 6, 2018, we published an article that was sourced from a confidential corporate document". - Let us know in the comments! We unreservedly apologise to Take-Two Games and we have undertaken not to repeat such actions again. In this video, we talk about 10 things that you should which will make your life easier in Red Dead Redemption 2. In the United Kingdom, there is a public interest defence for this kind of reporting, although following it through in the courts can be a costly endeavour beyond the means of many publications. We highly recommend that you go and look out for this horse first-leave aside any mission or quest you are doing currently-keep it on hold and continue once you get the Elite Arabian Horse.