Red Dead Redemption 2: Now you play as a new outlaw

Red Dead Redemption 2: Now you play as a new outlaw

Red Dead Redemption 2

If you are among the people who have been disappointed by the treatment that Rockstar Games has reserved for Red Dead Online, some modders have found the solution for you. Yes, because if the multiplayer component of Red Dead Redemption 2 failed to have the same luck as that of GTA 5, modders are still working to make sure that the PC version of the development team's western-style blockbuster is simply getting bigger.

Specifically, this time we report a new mod, called Life Of Crime 2.0, which adds a series of very interesting contents to Red Dead Redemption 2. The first it's about the creation of a completely new character, both male and female. The second, however, the history of the same. Yes, you understand: thanks to Life of Crime it is now possible to follow a new storyline, which begins in the Siska penitentiary. Not bad, don't you think?| ); }
If you have already purchased the PC version of the blockbuster western, then this mod is definitely worth it. your case and you can download it on Nexus. Keep following geekinco for all the news and announcements in the pipeline from the world of video games.

Red Dead Redemption 2 gets new single-player missions thanks to mod

Red Dead Online updates may be as finished and dead as the legendary bear Arthur Morgan uses as a hat, but the superb single-player experience of Red Dead Redemption 2 is still being kept alive, thanks to this ambitious mod which aims to build out Rockstar’s western sandbox with new missions, characters, and cutscenes.

Life of Crime by CruelMasterMC is still a work in progress, but it already has a character creator, new heist and train robbery missions, and a fully realised introduction sequence which sees your customised cowperson break out of Siska Penitentiary, meet their contact, and embark on the eponymous life of crime.

The goal here is to diverge from the game’s main Arthur Morgan/John Marston storyline, and drop the player into the role of a different, struggling ex-con, trying to survive on the plains of New Hanover. Thanks to some of CruelMasterMC’s cutscene work, there are a few places where your anonymous gunslinger crosses paths with the Dutch van der Linde gang, but this is largely intended as a whole new single-player Red Dead experience.

The original version of Life of Crime launched last year, in the barebones format of an additional heist mission, played as Arthur. Version 2.0 however adds a host of new content, including missions, cinematics, and the ability to customise your own female or male protagonist. There’s work to be done, but CruelMasterMC has stated that they have plans to add a full story, complete with cutscenes and voice performances. Given the eight-year gap between the first Red Dead Redemption and RDR 2, and the fact Rockstar has all but confirmed it is abandoning Red Dead Online to focus on GTA 6, Life of Crime might be the closest thing to a true continuation of the series that we get for some time.

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It’s free now on Nexus Mods, and if you fancy some other Red Dead Redemption 2 newness, you can now play the whole single-player campaign like it’s Portal.