The most troublesome scene from Red Dead Redemption 2, and we’re still crying
Even though Red Dead Redemption 2 offers a variety of emotionally charged cuts and scenes Certain scenes stand out from other games in making us cry out in awe.
Rockstar Games clearly has the ability to tell the perfect story. In actual fact. Red Dead Redemption 2 could be best called the best video game storytelling.
Beginning at the start of the game all through the devastating Chapter 6. The players became hooked to the exploits of Arthur and his crew, enough so that they’re playing the game repeatedly and repeatedly five years later.
While there are a lot of moments that can cause a person to shed a tear the one that fans think is more memorable than other scenes, with the tragic loss of the horse of Arthur.
The one Red Dead Redemption 2. player, dubbed Direct_Box_3406 in Reddit, recounted playing the game for the first time aware of Arthur’s fate when he entered, but no idea that the horse would also die.
The couple said that they had asked their acquaintance “Does the horse die?” numerous times and never got an answer until finally getting to the cutscene they’d always wanted. The identical horse throughout the game, they told”the “look at the horse’s eyes and Arthur’s “thank for your support” had me on the verge of tears.”
Others shared in the grief of the footballer and many tossed other emotions into the mix. But admitting that your faithful stead was dying is a heart-breaking moment certainly.
A user commented that the loss of a horse “Ripped my heart right out.”
Another comment added “My wife was sitting in a separate room, watching television when I came to this section. The woman had to be there to make sure that I was fine.”
Then one was more in anger rather than denial by saying “First replay, I completed this challenge with my most legendary horse’s knuckle … And then I shouted out “That’s an absolute *******”
Another illustration of how Rockstar is able to write an emotional scene so that memories, as well as the traumas, remain free in the minds of players many years later.