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Red Dead Redemption 2 Mexico Can Be Explored Through A Glitch

Red Dead Redemption 2 Mexico Can Be Explored Through A Glitch

There's no way in heck I'm restarting though, given how much of a chore some of the game's minutiae is.

But Nintendo Switch exclusive Taiko No Tatusujin: Drum "n" Fun missed the top 40 completely, despite launching in a physical edition with its special drum controller (which you'd think people playing the game properly would want). Rather, players have found a crack in the invisible digital wall in Red Dead Redemption 2 and have started wandering into Mexico, which featured as its own content and story-heavy biome in the original game, but exists seemingly in the prequel as either DLC placeholder, or as North Korean-like proof of place through player binoculars.

A glitch in Red Dead Redemption 2 keeps players from interacting with Sadie Adler, John Marston, Jack Marston, and Abigail Roberts.

If you have time, however, to dedicate to the game, it will reward you handsomely. Not only this, but Arthur's relationships with others are developed well and established early on in the game.

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Saying there is a lot to do in Red Dead Redemption 2 is a wild understatement of monumental proportion.

I spent countless hours in the game setting up my camp, interacting with my gang members and taking part in various side activities, all of which further developed each character as well as the game's world. If any Red Dead Redemption 2 players have done this, then the aforementioned characters will only appear in camp when they have a mission for the player to complete.

Red Dead Redemption II players have been venting their anger by sending a real person named Colm O' Driscoll hate messages online. Every single aspect of the game will put you into the very shoes of an outlaw roaming America with his gang as they try to escape the law long enough to make the money needed to disappear for good.