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Red Dead Redemption 2: Biggest Shortcomings

Rockstar Games is expected to bring Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC on November 5th, but now it’s time to talk about the console version of the game. Although the title has a significant fanbase, there are still voices that complain about some aspects, and we’ll dive right into analyzing.

Bad mechanics

This is one of the most negative things that can happen to a game, and you can certainly not overlook it. It’s also the case for Red Dead Redemption 2, whether we like it or not to accept. Arthur Morgan is a dull character who moves awkward and slow throughout the game. You will even notice lagging during the progress of the game, which again is more annoying than getting robbed by Santa Claus.

Laws are way too strict

Probably few gamers prefer GTA-like freedom, but in Red Dead Redemption 2, the laws are actually absurd sometimes. Getting on the wrong horse, or riding too fast in town will get you chased by the police.

Even worse, if a civilian decides to make a bizarre step and just sort of dive in front of a galloping horse, you’re wanted for murder and have to leave town until the fuss stops.

Are there any other issues with Red Dead Redemption 2 that you would like to point out? I’m sure there are since there’s so many great games nowadays to choose from; therefore, the expectations of gamers are more and more higher. Nevertheless, Red Dead Redemption 2 has plenty of interesting stuff to do for the players. Nice graphics and beautiful landscapes are among them.

Since fans are very eager to see their favorite game on laptops and desktops, they can pre-order it starting October 23rd by buying from Humble Store, GameStop, Epic Games, or Greenman Gaming. Players will even receive a bonus if they pre-order the game: 25 Gold Bars to help them during the online version.

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