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69-Year-Old 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Player 100% Completes Game, Already Wants To Go Again


69-Year-Old 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Player 100% Completes Game, Already Wants To Go Again

Red Dead Redemption 2 is not a small game. Putting aside the lengthy campaign of nearly 50 hours, there's a wealth of side activities to distract and delight in the virtual Old West.


There are fossils to find, murderers to track down, banks to rob, and so much more besides. Doing it all across a map nearly twice the size of GTA V's Los Santos is an investment of close to 200 hours, and not a task for the faint of heart.

Check out some of the best Red Dead Redemption 2 wins and fails below!



Still, that hasn't stopped one 69-year-old gamer from buckling down and achieving 100% completion in Red Dead Redemption 2. Reddit user kleverone rightfully boasted about his dad's impressive win, revealing that the Western became the only thing his father played after he bought it for him a year or so ago.

"My Dad finally did it," kelverone wrote on Reddit. "69 years old and got 100% completion today!" The Redditor included a picture of a brilliant text exchange between himself and his dad, in which his pops said he was "going to do it again" as a little reward for having done it in the first place. Why not, eh? If you've found a game you love, stick with it.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is certainly a harder game than most to 100% complete. Rockstar has made sure that only the truly dedicated players can nab this accolade, asking those who seek it to thoroughly explore the world, beat every single mission and sidequest, and nail every last challenge.


While many of these challenges start off fairly easy, those who are serious about claiming every last one will need to know the game inside and out. The hunting challenges are a real pain in particular, and require a level of patience and attention that most just won't want to commit to. I know I got tired of chasing around rare birds after a few hours and decided it was time to give up and go do something else - but more power to people like kleverone's dad for sticking with it!

Featured Image Credit: Rockstar/Kleverone via Reddit

Topics: Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games, News

Ewan Moore
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