Red Dead Redemption 2 is a truly huge title full of things to do and see, so much so that hundreds of hours of gameplay are required to complete it in its entirety.
Even more markedly than even John Marston’s first adventure, the sequel to Rockstar’s western open-world adventure is truly a truly vast and content-impressive game.
All this, combined with a technical sector still up to par, since recently a player was unable to distinguish a cut-scene from a normal gameplay phase.
Anyone wishing to try it sooner from this month will also have the opportunity to play it through the PlayStation Now service (along with other goodies really not bad).
Now, it seems that the father of the Reddit user “kleverone” has succeeded in a feat that is not described as epic.
The 69-year-old man has in fact managed to complete Red Dead Redemption 2 at 100% completion.
The intrepid cowboy has in fact completed both the primary and secondary missions, as well as finding an unspecified number of collectibles.
But not only that: the abilities of the main character have also been maximized, in addition to the completion of much of the in-game compendium and the various optional tasks required during the adventure.
However, it is not the first time that the 69-year-old in question becomes a small celebrity among gamers: the man has in fact also received a message from Roger Clark, the voice actor of Arthur Morgan.
Perhaps it was precisely that birthday wish that spurred the aging player (arrived in his third run in any case), willing to complete the game at 100%.
Surely, thanks also to the presence of an engaging and profound plot, with great attention to the characters, no one forbids the father in question from completing the story for the fourth time (or maybe, why not, devote himself to something else).
We also remember that recently a player seems to have decided to create a real “hobby” out of nothing that brings up the dangerous alligators.
But not only that: many would like to see one of the first chapters, so much so that some have used the second Red Dead Redemption to recreate some of the most iconic images.
Finally, have you already seen the truly unusual way to face wolves with your bare hands in Arthur’s adventure?