Red Dead Redemption 2 Features Cool Cop Aggression Based on Bounty
Red Dead Redemption two provides players a huge world to perform, plus they have the liberty to commit whatever crimes they wish to while within it. But a new detail was discovered that demonstrates that cops will respond differently based on the severity of those offenses, once again demonstrating how complicated the area of Red Dead Redemption two is.
Although Red Dead Redemption two is a couple of years old today, fresh details are continuously being found. Whether it be concealed lines of conversation involving Arthur Morgan and the group, complicated Easter eggs such as the UFOs, or key NPC behavior, fans always appear to be sharing their own discoveries on the web. The most recent clip comes courtesy of Redditor trisome21, and it depicts the participant being detained in three vastly different manners. Intriguingly, every one of these requests appears to be tied into another bounty price.
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The initial clips reveal trisome21, acting John Marston, using a $15 bounty on his mind. The officer slowly approaches John from the clip, which remarks as he sets the offender’s arms behind his back. A conventional arrest, the scene plays out as you would expect to get a $15 bounty since the participant probably only uttered a horse or got into a fistfight in a pub. Even though the officer treats John with regard in this scene, another two situations show something considerably different.
In the next part of the clip, the Red Dead Redemption 2 player has built up a bounty of $115. A sizable amount of money at the time, a few high-profile kills were likely on the player’s list of crimes. After approaching this player, the officer punishes them for their medium-sized bounty by throwing them face-first into the ground below. While this is rougher, the officer still follows protocol, tying the player’s hands behind their back once they have hit the ground. In the final clip, however, the aggression of the police truly shines.
Boasting a massive $610 bounty, the officer blows his whistle as he marches quickly toward the player. Wasting no time with decency, the cop knocks out John Marston with the butt of his gun. Not only is this a neat detail, but it becomes more impressive because many players will likely never see it. If fans want the high honor ending for Arthur, they will likely never commit crimes publicly. Further, if a player does carry out a criminal act, they are likely to pay off the bounty instead of risking an encounter with the police.
With the always growing Red Dead Online filled with small details, Rockstar clearly put a lot of time and care into all areas of the game. As such, players can expect to see plenty of clever touches in the studio’s next project, too.