There’s a lot more to do in Red Dead Online now than there was at launch, but it seems that some players are still eager to find their own fun in the game.
As reported by Kotaku, a bunch of RDO players posse’d up to complete a rather strange mission which saw them all attempt to carry soup from one end of the map to the other.
“Then, they walked from Valentine to Saint Denis carrying stew, beer, fishes and dead bodies. A meet hosted by @Zoobz_. Video of my perspective in the comments!”
Watch the hilarious video below to see what happened for yourself. Keep on being weird, internet.
In other Red Dead Redemption news, it seems that RDR2 might finally be getting a PC version. Finally.
As reported by RespawnFirst, a listing for Red Dead Redemption 2 has appeared on the Australian games classification website, and although the listing doesn’t specify that it’s for a PC version of the game, it’s hard to imagine it being anything else.
The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of RDR2 have both received ratings – and were both released – in Australia last year, meaning the classification request could only have been for the Nintendo Switch or for a PC version of the game.
Considering just how huge RDR2 is, it’s hard to imagine it being successfully ported to the Switch, suggesting it’s likely the PC version of the game that was submitted for approval.
Does this mean an official Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC announcement is imminent? Let’s hope so!
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