Red Dead Redemption 2, you can't do without these two mods

Red Dead Redemption 2, you can't do without these two mods

Red Dead Redemption 2

The arrival of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC led, as it was logical, to the creation of a series of mods. Some are absolutely goliardic, while others, on the other hand, are decidedly useful. The two that we propose today certainly belong to the second category and are able to give a new life to the gaming experience, as well as visibly improve in-game performance.

Red's images Dead Redemption 2 The first mod we want to tell you about is Vestige. This is a total revamp of the graphics and behavior of NPCs and animals from Red Dead Redemption 2. Created by modder no12, this mod is capable of radically changing the single player of the game. The work of no12 and his team lasted over a year and allowed the game to get more realistic behaviors from the NPCs, a much more realistic variable weather system and much more. The mod is divided into four essential parts, which act as if it were one.| ); }
You can download Vestigia directly from Nexus, while the support for AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0 is available for free on Github. Continue to follow geekinco for all the news and announcements in the pipeline from the world of video games.

Red Dead Redemption 2 fans are planning a funeral for Red Dead Online

The last time Red Dead Online got updated with new content was July 13, 2021. Now, despite a little life still remaining in the open-world western, thanks to several fantastic mods, it looks like the community is preparing to move on, as RDR 2 fans plan a funeral for the game to be held later this month.

Marking one year since the launch of the – apparently final – Blood Money update, fansite Red Dead News has issued an open call to RDR 2 players, asking them to don their darkest funeral suits, and assemble online on July 13 to snap screenshots of themselves commemorating the death of Rockstar’s unloved masterwork.

Who's up for it then? A funeral to celebrate one year of Red Dead Online being abandoned?

Dress up in your best funeral attire, get your friends to join, tag us in pics & use the hashtags below!

Save the date: Wednesday July 13th. Are you in?#RedDeadFuneral #SaveRedDeadOnline

— Red Dead News (@RedDeadRDC) July 5, 2022

In one sense, this seems like a eulogy – a collective, therapeutic send-off to help all us starved-for-content gunslingers finally get on with our lives. However, this “funeral” may also be an attempt to mobilise Rockstar into giving Red Dead some more attention, since players are being asked to upload their photos with the hashtag #SaveRedDeadOnline. Will it work? Will this mass outpouring of grief be enough to demonstrate to the Rockstar higher ups that fans aren’t ready to let go? We hope so, but the world of Red Dead is cruel and imposing, and we’ve long become jaded by our bleak, update-less, frontier life.

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Nevertheless, we’ll be there, black suit, stetson, and perhaps a bunch of ginseng, to mark the Red Dead Online’s last waltz. Roanoke Ridge seems a good place to pay our respects, or perhaps that little barn, just outside Beecher’s Hope. That’s definitely got a sombre, deathly sort of vibe.

But if you’re not quite ready to bid Red Dead farewell, you can at least overhaul the single-player game with mods that change the entire law and police system, or redesign the wilderness and weather.