Red Dead Redemption 2 will get players of Xbox One, PC, PS4, and Google Stadia to Mexico through a single-player expansion pack. Rockstar Games’ open-world western will probably include, at some point, the north of Mexico. In the first game, Mexico was a huge part of the map, and it had a significant role in the gameplay. But Red Dead Redemption 2 does not take place in Mexico, but it does make the players to a Caribbean island.
On all of the GTA Forums, a member looked into the files of the game, into the 1.0 data of the PS4 version of the game. he found some 3D models of some different landscapes and some towns in Mexico. This suggested that there was some work done to the region in the game.
But these models do not suggest anything other than the general layout of the game. But why were they created, if Mexico was not to be included in the game before or after the launch?
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There are even some references to Mexico in the mini-map, which comes with evidence that Mexico was indeed in the plans, and remove afterward, or that it is kept for the future expansion pack. In the code, there are multiple bounties for the area.
We do not know for sure if the content will be part of the future game, or if they’re going to get rid of it for good. It’s good to keep in mind that the studio has not given us any hints about a single-player content for the game. Apparently, the single-player game won’t even be touched when it comes to this.
Fans are still clinging to the idea of a Red Dead Redemption 2 Mexico expansion pack, and they are hoping that the single-player mode will be added to the game with future expansion.