Players Of 'Red Dead Redemption 2’ Criticised Over Violence Towards Suffragette Character

Isaac Cain
November 9, 2018

Since the game's release last month, a man from Ireland who shares the name with Red Dead Redemption 2's despised antagonist has been receiving explicit messages from players believing (or hopefully, pretending) he's the nefarious gang leader.

A glitch in Red Dead Redemption 2 keeps players from interacting with Sadie Adler, John Marston, Jack Marston, and Abigail Roberts. It has created one of the most believable open worlds in a video game, and though it may not be the biggest open world in terms of size and scale, it is one of the largest in terms of scope. There's no way in heck I'm restarting though, given how much of a chore some of the game's minutiae is.

Fans of the popular console game Red Dead Redemption 2 can explore a hidden Mexico map by exploiting a glitch in the game.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 may not be ideal, but its minor shortcomings are like tiny blemishes on a stunningly handsome face. It's not game-breaking, but it is annoying. It also does not help that the game's user-interface (UI) is often unintuitive, over-complicated and requires a major learning curve. If you've already progressed well beyond that with your gang members missing, then it's bad news. Once you're in there, scroll down to "Story" and hit X. Here you'll find "New Game".

However, the map is largely empty and features only a few placeholder buildings, with the full map - as originally promised by Rockstar Games - coming down internet connections at a later date, either as a bonus or, more likely, downloadable content (DLC).

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