Fans of the popular game Red Dead Redemption 2 are always on the lookout for hidden Easter eggs and secrets. Recently, a dedicated gamer has found a hidden message tucked away in the game, one that only reveals itself during a player's third playthrough of the story.
A Reddit user by the name of <em>SmugDaka</em> shared their discovery of a hidden message appearing in chapter 3. During the mission 'Blessed are the Peacemakers', protagonist Arthur Morgan confronts Cornwall Kerosene & Tar company, members. The dialogue in this scene serves as a cryptic message to the player.
During the encounter, Arthur tells the company members, "We don't want to kill any of you, but trust me, we will." This line appears to be directed at players who have chosen a non-violent approach, reminding them that sometimes violence is necessary. Players who have already completed the storyline twice may find themselves considering a different approach in this new playthrough.
This hidden message brings another layer to the immersive experience of Red Dead Redemption 2. It demonstrates the developers' attention to detail and encourages players to explore alternate paths, enriching their gameplay by providing incentives to replay storylines. Additionally, it is an innovative way to reward dedicated fans.
The discovery of this hidden message serves as another reason for players to dive back into the world of Red Dead Redemption 2 and uncover more secrets Rockstar Games has embedded into their creation. It adds an additional layer to an already complex narrative and ensures that players will not be short of surprises, even in their third playthrough of the game.