Okay, before we come into this, we must explain that the video below, which includes the glitch mentioned in the heading in the article, includes huge forecasts for Red Dead Redemption 2.
If you have not finished Red Cochyn Death 2 again and do not want to be spoiled, for God's love, go out here and play.
This is your last warning.
The last, last warning!
No, it's really serious. Scroll beyond this and it's not a problem.
Here's the video!
YouTube user Elemeno Peah probably found a voice glitch during Red Dead's after-game content 2. After the first set of credits and games, you play as an original lead character Red Dead Redemption John Marston, except in the video, John talks to what sounds like Jack Marston's voice.
Clearly, obviously, Jack is only a child in Red Dead Redemption 2, but in the original Red Dead Redemption, teenage jack became a major character after the credits were rolled out. And in this clip, the slide voice sounds much as a teenager Jack voice.
Before we spread deeper, there is a chance that this might be somewhat unusual smoke that draws up a dialogue from a holding or a placeholder from some other point in the game. Heck, it could even be a very elaborate war, but if so, then it's very good.
What puts pressure to the fact that this is Jack's voice is that Red Dead Redemption's entire map is Red Dead Redemption 2, and you can visit all of them, giving the best to Mexico , in the post game where you play as John. The thing is, these areas are relatively shy of compared to the main Red Dead Redemption 2 locations – many of which are not different from bonfire trips and a few random events.
This fact has already led to a lot of speculation about whether Rockstar intends to recreate the original Red Red Identification using the Red Dead Redemption 2 engine. It can be released as some form of expansion.
That seems like some high order, but you do not know with Rockstar, and this could be a sign of what's coming. Honestly, we hope it is.
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