Red Dead Redemption 2 Mod Breathes New Life Into Game

Recently released Red Dead Redemption 2 mod brings character creation, new side-missions, a skill tree, rank system, and a lot more to the game.

Red Dead Redemption 2 has been in the hot waters recently, following Rockstar Games’ decision to shift its resources to the new entry in Grand Theft Auto. Rockstar Games will no longer be providing the game with any new major updates. The news had many players upset at the company, but a modder has decided to take the matter into their own hands.

On the Nexus Mods website, CruelMasterMC has created a remarkable new mod, Life Of Crime 2.0.1, which breathes a new life into the game. The mod adds up a bunch of cool features that the players of Red Dead Redemption 2 love and appreciate.

The main highlight of the mod is the character creation feature that allows players to create an original character. This means that the players can now play Red Dead Redemption 2’s story as their own created character instead of Arthur Morgan, like Red Dead Online. There are even some cleverly made scenes, or rather a mini-story, as well.

Furthermore, the mod has also added a wardrobe, rank system, and even a skill tree to the game. Players can easily access these features by pressing ‘U’ and enjoy having a rank system, a train heist, an introduction scene, and a skill tree in Red Dead Redemption 2.

In version 2.0.1 of the mod, the modder has also fixed the female character creation, which was not working before. The modder plans to keep their mod regularly updated. They further add to that by saying that they plan to keep “adding a lot of jobs too like bounty hunting, heists, etc.” This means that players can expect more and better content for Red Dead Redemption 2 from the modder soon.

So far, the mod has been doing great, and if there are any bugs that players face, the creator urges them to give their feedback. The modder adds to that by saying “I want to improve and get better at this and to make this mod the best it can be so let me know if I did something stupid is very appreciated.”

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Saqib is a Gaming News writer at eXputer with one year of writing experience. His love for RPG Games and great stories knows no bounds. In his free time, Saqib is on yet another adventure with Geralt of Rivia or roaming around in Night City.