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It seems incredible that fans are continually noticing new details of Red Dead Redemption 2 at this point. The game came out back in 2018, but continues to be one of the most visually impressive games we've ever seen with tiny detail, after tiny detail dedicated to making it as close to life-like as possible. And now, a new insight into Arthur's personality has arisen through a very specific set of circumstances that only a small portion of the player base has noticed.
GameRant spotted this thread on Reddit where fans of Red Dead Redemption 2 seemed shocked when they realised there was an interaction they had missed during their playthroughs. There are some slight spoilers from here on out, by the way.
RDR2 players have had some really high highs, and awfully low lows, in these wins and fails...
When Arthur arrives in the game's biggest settlement, Saint Denis, he is tasked with odd jobs around the city, including a mission given to him by the monk, Brother Dorkins. He asks Arthur to investigate a local shop, fearing that it is involved in human trafficking - and upon searching the shop (or scaring the owner), Arthur discovers that there are in fact two people enslaved there.
Now, here is the detail that fans might have missed, because it's pretty specific. After freeing the slaves you must wait for the men to approach the cash register in the shop. Once they are there, you can interact with the register (as long as you haven't already stolen from it) and hand over the money to the two slaves rather than taking it yourself. And this once again affirms Arthur is a good, even great man when he needs to be.
The dialogue that plays at this point says, "Here, take that," as he lays down the money on the counter, "and come with me. I know someone who can help you." If that doesn't warm your heart, then I don't know what might. We love you, Arthur Morgan.
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