Earlier this year, a Red Dead Redemption 2 player managed to fail into a limited area from the first game: Mexico . Now another player has succeeded in failing in another restricted zone opposite the map: the snow-capped mountains to the north.
So, what did the player find? Well, not much. But there is area to explore: like frozen lakes, ice walls ( Red Dead Redemption 2s ] the world is confirmed as flat), and of course mountains. There are even goats and other wildlife to interact with.
Failed to exit the map. There are whole frozen lakes just outside the boundaries that would normally never be seen! Currently exploring what might otherwise be out of reach … from r / reddeadredemption
So, how do you get to these unattainable snowy realms? Well, there seem to be some ways, but the most common and reliable way is through the invisible wall west of Barrow Lagoon. When you hit the rock there that cannot be scaled, set up the camp. Once in the camp, get up and you find yourself over the invisible hill free to explore until you become one ice. Of course, make sure you have the right warm clothes before doing any of these.
Because of why some of this is detailed, structured, etc. – if no one can normally access it – it's not because Rockstar Games & # 39; has any plans to use it for DLC. I mean it can do that. But that's not the point. The point is that developers often do this to make sure when you get to the end of the map: it's not just empty dark room out. It is a common thing and should not be used as a fuel for any type of DLC talk that is expanding in this area. Although it would be pretty cool.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. At the moment of publishing this, there have been zero words on a Nintendo Switch port or a PC port. However, while the former is very, very unlikely – probably impossible – the latter has leaked several times indicating that it is in the tube and maybe even soon.
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