A Reddit user by the name of Atmouspheric is keen to get a particular feature added into Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption 2, and it’s a pretty awesome idea.
Posting on the r/Reddeadredemption subreddit, Atmouspheric writes: “If you could have a dog as a companion would you? I think it would be cool for hunting like the more time you spend with your horse or dog you could level up/improve their abilities. Since bonding is a thing.”
If you could have a dog as a companion would you? I think it would be cool for hunting like the more time you spend with your horse or dog you could level up/improve their abilities. Since bonding is a thing. Just trying to kill the drought my apologies. from r/reddeadredemption
Me: Anything new happen in Red Dead Redemption 2?
Stephen: I pet a dog today
— I think I’m gonna go by Fannie now (@StephhwithanF) November 9, 2018
It’s definitely an interesting idea, and it would be a really nice thing to use the horse bonding mechanic with a pupper!
Reddit users aren’t shying away from pushing their ideas, but whether or not Rockstar Games will take note is another story.
Posting on the same subreddit, a user by the name of twisted_munkee shared an image of a request saying: “if R* add [Russian Roulette] in RDO for 6 or more players on the table. What do you think?”
Judging from Twitter, there’s definitely a market for the high-risk mini-game in the online multiplayer version of RDR.
@RockstarGames so I got an idea for a game mode in red dead 2. Russian roulette. 6 dudes one bullet winner gets satisfaction and 5 bucks
— Roadkill2112 (@thargood) April 18, 2018
Last night I accidentally kicked a dog in red dead so I loaded my last save to undo it
— limp miskit (@xFriskyMiskyx) November 3, 2018
It’s definitely a cool idea, though it does bring to light some issues about online gambling. Would you like to be able to play Russian Roulette in Red Dead Online, or is that too risky for your taste?
I want red dead 2 to include a russian roulette game mode cuz itd be hilarious.
— ™i (@_Argi97) September 23, 2018