Red Dead Redemption 2: Community Debates Most Frustrating Game Mission
The Red Dead Redemption 2 fan-base has been engaging in a debate about what they consider to be the most annoying missions in the game. Rockstar has crafted many missions in Red Dead Redemption 2, and the majority of them are unforgettable, whether they are bothersome or not.
Rockstar Games have become renowned for their ability to craft compelling stories, and Red Dead Redemption 2 is no exception. It is a tragedy that rivals games like The Last of Us in its ability to engage the player, and Arthur Morgan’s character development is as rich as John Marston’s from the original game. While some may find the pacing of the game’s missions to be slow, it is clear from the overall story that Rockstar’s decision was wise.
What’s the most frustrating mission for you? This is my pick
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Imaginary-Picture-35 kickstarted a wide-ranging debate in the subreddit with many different responses. The top-rated idea was to take on any of the bounty missions with Sadie in the Red Dead Redemption 2 epilogue. Some users stated that they just wanted to construct a house and target rats instead. It is understandable that many might not be accustomed to the epilogue of the game after playing as Arthur for a long time.
The meaning of ‘frustrating’ is highly subjective, with some users asserting that the mission in which players free Red Dead Redemption 2 antagonist Micah from jail is the most exasperating. While it is one of the most thrilling and intense missions during a first playthrough, it is clear that the knowledge of the game’s ending alters the perspective of the mission. It is certainly maddening to watch Arthur aiding someone who does not care for him, essentially writing his own death sentence.
No doubt, the missions in Red Dead Redemption 2 have provoked a strong reaction from players. It is a testament to the game that it is difficult to feel indifferent towards it. As Rockstar seeks to create Red Dead Redemption 3, they have a high standard to reach, one that may be challenging to accomplish following the departure of long-term writer Dan Houser from the studio. Ultimately, it is yet to be seen if another person can step up and deliver a Rockstar classic.
The Wild West-themed video game, Red Dead Redemption 2, is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.