The best moment in "Red Dead Redemption 2" is not what I thinkCzas: Nov. 8, 2018 Od: SCDKey
The reason why I recently returned to Red Dead Redemption 2 Xbox One Key Global is not the reason why most people continue to play this game that I would bet.
Once the main story of the game is over, you are in a remarkable freedom that has deprived you of the rest of the game for the rest of the game. It's a kind of load on your shoulders that you may not have achieved, and it's a fantastic feeling. So here's the time: at one point in the long epilogue of the game, you head to Blackwater, still visible on the map to play but never really accessible.
There is not much in this part of the map: two group hideouts, two relatively empty cities, other sites and many animals. This is a stark contrast to the rest of the map, densely populated, but it almost seems to be the goal. The rest of the map was mainly this: inhabited, overpopulated and overpopulated. There's nothing like that, just the sky and the animals among the cactus.
I arrived in the small town of Tumbleweed, where the sheriff had executed a prisoner on the ground. He asked me to intervene and I did, but none of that came to me through these endless cinematic scenes that took me to the story through the rest of the game. in control all the time and so I went in, I found the insensitive man behind the revolver, I took a bonus on the wall and I wanted to leave. It was a stark contrast to the rest of the game.