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Red Dead Redemption 2 boasts one of the most impressive open worlds in gaming. Despite being released four years ago, players are still unearthing new features which is simply a testament to the depth of detail in this game.
In the last few months alone, fans unearthed a new soul-destroying detail about Arthur Morgan’s hair and discovered that the game’s corpses actually decompose. They don’t just disappear as is the case in most games. The latest Red Dead Redemption 2 feat though might just be the most unlikely thing I’ve ever seen.
Take a look at some of our favourite Red Dead Redemption 2 wins and fails below.
Reddit user SigSauerTX posted a clip which captured a true one-in-a-million shot. It’s unknown if SigSauerTX is the player in the clip but it shows a player riding alongside an NPC. The NPC then takes his shotgun out prompting the player to throw their lasso. In pulling the lasso, the player accidentally tugged on the NPC’s shotgun causing the NPC to shoot himself in the head. Seriously. Don’t believe me? Take a look below.
They do say what goes around, comes around. Literally. That shotgun swung and fired before I even had time to register what was happening. Fans of the game were certainly impressed by the accidental feat. Can you blame them?
Notthesharkfromjaws wrote, “I didn't even know that was possible. That's crazy. What are the odds of replicating this?” whilst ItsBlare said, “Holy s**t, Rockstar's game physics is next level.” Yeoldmanchild continued to praise saying, “The fact that Rockstar made the lasso able to interact with the highly intricate hit boxes of people and creatures is truly a testament to their achievement of RDR2.” If you haven’t yet played this essential game, go on. Do it now. Who cares about your backlog? This is more important.
Featured Image Credit: Rockstar Games
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