Red Dead Redemption 2 moders have released a new mode that allows things like corpses and destruction to remain in the world and intensify immersion.
The world famous game Wild West Red Dead Redemption 2 is probably one of the most realistic AAA games on the market, and the new consistent world mode wants to improve it. Already in the basic game, NPCs work according to schedule and have a sense of individuality, corpses decay, and gravediggers will sometimes come for bodies in cities. However, Red Dead Redemption 2 has its limitations, as Rockstar had to optimize the game for consoles, which add alerts to a few of these remarkable details.
Rockstar western has been hailed as one of the best open world games to date, and given its range, density and authenticity, it’s an understandable statement. Rockstar has managed to provide a world like several other games have ever had, while at the same time creating an award-winning story that has influenced players and critics alike. Now the moderns are struggling to expand what Rockstar has created by deepening the immersive element of their open world.
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Modder known as PixieV has released a new mod for Red Dead Redemption 2 entitled “Improved Entity and Perseverance of the World” (via GamesRadar) which basically ensures that things like corpses and destruction continue to exist in the world even after the player leaves the area. Because of how Red Dead Redemption 2 (and many other games) works, it can’t store all those things in its memory, especially when you consider how many bodies would cover the map by the end of the game. Animals like fish also sometimes die independently Red Dead Redemption 2, which means that dead corpses unrelated to the player’s actions would also pile up off the screen.
Of course, there are still things that ensure game optimization, but this mode generally allows for a much greater sense of cause and effect Red Dead Redemption 2the world. As a bonus, the mod also encourages hiding the body from potential witnesses, as they would normally faint after the player has been given the distance. It’s a pretty remarkable feat of the modifier community and just shows how much more Rockstar games could be without the shackles of modern technological limitations.
Rockstar has undoubtedly influenced its fan base with its outstanding individual players and open world, so much so that fans are campaigning for more Red Dead Redemption 2 single player content. Although the developer has publicly stated that there are no plans for that Red Dead Redemption 2 A single-player DLC seems like a good bet that what Rockstar is preparing will continue to strive for greatness in an open world environment.
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Source: PixieV (via GamesRadar)
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