Red Dead Redemption 2 Mexico Can Be Explored Through A Glitch

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There are seemingly endless things to do in this game, and even after spending nearly 70 hours playing, I am still discovering new things to do and new systems to play with. Of course, it is not a game-breaking glitch for those who don't want to load an older save.

As originally reported by Eurogamer, and shared by YouTuber ZacCoxTV, it's not really anything other than a barren desert with a single building left in from the original game, though something could be taken from this in regards to a true remaster of the first Red Dead being wholly in the works, and now hopefully PC-friendly.

Red Dead Redemption 2 may not be flawless, but its minor shortcomings are like tiny blemishes on a stunningly attractive face. Let us know your favorite missions, characters, and anything you love about the game on Facebook, Twitter, or the Comments section below.

In typical Rockstar fashion, the large, dense world of Red Dead Redemption 2 is full of fantastic secrets for players to discover, and there's a large chance that even after doing a full 60 hour playthrough, you might not even have run across a vast majority of them.

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What players are not taking kindly to, however, is the character Colm O'Driscoll.

"Shirrako" followed up their initial video with footage showing the player's character kidnapping the same suffragette with a lasso and throwing her down a crevasse, sparking concerned reactions from many viewers.

The game's story rivals that of some of the best video game stories ever told, including The Last of Us, a game that is widely considered by critics to have one of the best stories in a video game. Very few games give players this much bang for their buck, this much quality content and this much storytelling. Luckily, Rockstar Games is on the case!

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