There’s A NSFW Naked Mod For Red Dead Redemption 2

Why is it that as soon as we get a new game, we immediately try and picture the characters naked? Whether it’s fan art, mods or any other number of mediums – we just can’t help ourselves.

Well it didn’t take long for Red Dead Redemption 2 to get the same treatment. The popular Rockstar game doesn’t support mods officially, although when has that ever stopped us before?

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A fan of the game, who has asked to remain anonymous, managed to use a save editor software called ‘Save Wizard’ for the PS4, and released these naked photos of Arthur Morgan as proof.

As you can see from the final picture, you can’t see the actual full-on penis and balls, but that’s simply because he doesn’t show it in the game. Makes sense really, doesn’t it?

This comes after fans figured out a way to get loads of cash on the game.

A Reddit user by the name of penguinelee discovered the amazing way to make a lot of money in the game, and it’s pretty ingenious.

Fancy playing Red Dead with a free pizza tonight? It’s on us – enter here!

Posting to the r/reddeadredemption subreddit, penguinelee writes: “Stole a train. Parked it in swamp. Filled it with skins. Drove right up to St Dennis butcher shop. Named it the Profit Rocket.”

Credit: Rockstar Games/Penguinlee

Along with the caption, the player included a snapshot of a train filled with skins – definitely a brilliant way to bring in a lot of money in one trip!

It might not be as lucrative as a GTA 5 money-snagging cheat, and it’ll still take a lot of work, but it’s absolute genius.

Credit: Rockstar Games

Red Dead Redemption 2 is the gift that keeps on giving, and we’re now pretty close to the release of the highly-anticipated online mode – Red Dead Online.

Although an exact date has yet to be confirmed, Rockstar has been happy to tease us with a timeframe.

Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has given us a very clear hint during an earnings call, saying Red Dead Online is set to release “toward the end of the month.” Which means only one thing – you’ve got less than a month to work your way through the base game!

Credit: Rockstar Games

Rockstar’s latest effort has been wowing fans since it launched, and absolutely smashed expectations with its wide open world, endless missions and quests, and head-scratching Easter eggs that are still baffling fans to this day.

Thanks for RDR2, Rockstar!

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