Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 earns a 7/10 on the Barnes Scale.

photo by Official game art, Rockstar Games

Red Dead Redemption 2 earns a 7/10 on the Barnes Scale.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is set in the 1800s and follows a man named Arthur Morgan. Arthur joined the van der Linde gang when he was just 14, led by Dutch van der Linde. Red Dead Redempti0n 2 is a third-person, free roam, shooter. It is rated by the ESRB M for mature, (18+).

The campaign is immersible, with many side quests to complete, and many other small activities. Red Dead Redemption 2’s campaign serves as a prequel to Red Dead Redemption, it highlights the last few months of Arthur’s life. Arthur is a strong-minded, head-first man. With a campaign that can take up to ten hours to complete, there is more than enough content to keep you coming back for more, with a robust economic style to the game. You obtain money by completing quests, or hunting.

Red Dead Redemption 2 includes a free roam multiplayer, with a full character customization system. Allowing you to fully customize the appearance of your character. Multiplayer includes a posse system, allowing you to invite friends to join, allowing them to accrue money while completing missions with you. Once you accrue enough money, you can purchase yourself a horse. There are more than 30+ different horses, with prices varying depending on which one you choose. You can also purchase a plethora of weapons from revolvers to shotguns. You can also take yourself to a clothing store and fully customize your apparel.

With so much to do, you can easily get lost in time playing Red Dead Redemption 2. With a deep and winding campaign, and a fully immersible multiplayer, it pulls you in and leaves you wanting more. With updates constantly coming out, one such update recently introduced a moonshine business to multiplayer. If you are a fan of cowboy western themes, I would definitely recommend Red Dead Redemption 2. Red Dead Redemption 2 earns a 7/10 on the Barnes Scale.