Rockstar has been at the pinnacle of publishing some of the most iconic open-world games of all time, not least Red Dead Redemption 2 and they’re all brimming with details that most gamers wouldn’t even notice.
From UFOs to a fully rendered Arthur; hidden inside the heart and soul of Red Dead Redemption 2 lies many secrets.
YoutTube channel Boundary Break has unearthed many of the games’ treasures – not least in Arthurs bathtub scene.
Come on! I mean, who doesn’t want to see what a fully rendered Arthur really looks like?
And that’s not all, there’s loads of cool stuff going on in the background of the game including a UFO. You can only find it if you go into a shack north of Emerald Lake around 2 am and read a letter that spawns a glowing UFO – although it’s hard to make out any detail of the ship because the light is so bright.
There’s also the island of Guarma, which is still connected to Red Dead’s main world! WOAH! And do you remember Gaptooth Ridge? Well, it’s also in RDR2 – although the shaft isn’t fully rendered like it is in the original game.
As with most Rockstar games, supernatural events are quite the norm and RDR2 is no exception. Players can listen to spooky whispers at Roanoke Valley and find the spirit of Agnes Dowd in Bluewater Marsh after dark. The ghostliest encounter however can be found in the middle of Scarlett Meadows. Head there around midnight and you might just find a ghost train!
RDR2 is without doubt one of the most atmospheric games ever made and riding through a thunderstorm might seem like an incredible thing to do, but be careful! It is possible that players can actually be struck by lightning which will lead to an instant game over!
As well as being incredibly cinematic, RDR2’s ecosystem is super realistic too! The level of detail Rockstar has put into this world is mind-bending.
Of course, I think it’s fair to say that many gamers will have probably noticed the many intricate details of the game, but that’s not really the point I am trying to make with this piece. The point is, that even though players may have enjoyed RDR2 for years, there’s still probably so much detail in the game to still be discovered, that it’s a testament to Rockstar and its creation.
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