Red Dead Redemption 2 Video' Watch And See How the Game Changes Over Time

Red Dead Redemption 2 Video, Hints How the Game Changes Over Time


/ by Kevin smith

  • Red Dead Redemption 2 Video Shows How The Games Changes Over Time
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 Game Changes Over Time
  • Video Hints How Red Dead Redemption 2 Game Changes Over Time
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Red Dead Redemption 2's colossal world changes as players spend time in it, and a new video clues these changes in action with a time-fluff of the before and after scenery.

 Red Dead Redemption 2's video shows how the game changes over time

The Red Dead Redemption 2's Video below was Uploaded to the DefendTheHouse YouTube channel, shows how the game’s world changes over time without any action needed from the players themselves. Players may have already noticed that in the many different towns and settlements within Red Dead Redemption 2, there are locations that have work-in-progress structures, some of these amounting to not much more than a foundation and the shell of a building at times. But the NPCs working on these houses and railroad tracks don't work on them in perpetuity though, and they'll eventually finish the projects with fully-constructed buildings able to be seen by players. Here's the video below.

One of the first examples of such a project can be seen in Valentine, the first main settlement that players are free to explore. Two different buildings are being put together in that town and are both shown in the video above, one of them to the left of the general store and the other wedged between the saloon and the doctor's establishment. Given long enough, the first building is eventually turned into "Valentine Restaurant" while the second becomes what appears to be another place for visitors to stay judging from the "Keane's Rooms for Rent" sign.

The  changes over time aren't always about construction though as some areas well also be deconstructed to make way for other structures and projects. In certain areas of the game, particularly around timber companies, players will notice tree stumps where trees had been chopped down. Over time, areas such as the Appleseed Timber Co. will eventually have far fewer trees with many of the flora cleared away to make room for cabins, railroad tracks, or just to clear out the land for the resources.

Another is Arthur's beard, though that's one feature that changes over time which we're aware that players are likely already familiar with. Arthur's beard and hair will grow on their own if players leave them unattended and don't visit a barber to get a trim or a full cut.

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