Red Dead Redemption 2: This Mod Enriches The Game Like Many Have Been Waiting For!

Red Dead Redemption 2 adds new open-world events, making the game even more diverse.



Open-world video games allow you to stumble upon all sorts of weird and random events and characters. Red Dead Redemption 2 is no exception. Even though Rockstar’s title is already overflowing with such events, a modder can’t help but add a few more.

Red Dead Redemption 2 gives players the chance to run into all kinds of people. Among them are gunmen wanting to shoot and kidnapping victims screaming for help. In fact, even with bandmates who are inquiring about your whereabouts.

Since the open-world title is overflowing with open-world events, one modder went even further and added even more random encounters to the game.

A mod called “Ambient Random Events” on Nexus Mods features “random things (mostly shootings)” that sometimes happen around the player to make the world feel a little more alive. At least according to the creator, crossed99. The mod adds random events to the game, such as a bounty hunter trying to track someone down. As well as fistfights between factions and the occasional shootout.

Events can happen anywhere on the map and at random times. In addition, they can end in several ways. For example, fugitives run away, or the bounty hunter himself dies. Arthur could also find himself in trouble with the law if he decides to get involved.

This is just one of hundreds of mods that improve the already incredible RDR2. Recently, we could hear, e.g. about the Nuevo Paraiso mod. This adds a huge new area to the game’s map. As well as another that allows you to build your own island home.

As RDR2 continues to be celebrated as an untouchable masterpiece on its fifth anniversary, it’s good to see that the modding community is still working to keep Rockstar’s title alive.

Source: Nexus Mods

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