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Red Dead Redemption 2 has some seriously graphic features

This may just be the most in-depth game of all time

Red Dead Redemption 2 has had one of the best ‘opening weekends’ of all time.

Rockstar have claimed it to be the second biggest entertainment launch of all time netting $725 million in its first three days.

Only being beaten by (you guessed it) Rockstar’s previous title Grand Theft Auto V, which made an astonishing $1 billion.

 

Playing through the story of outlaw Arther Morgan certainly has its ups and downs, killing innocents, robbing banks and hunting deer are only a few of the many things you can do in the most expansive open-world game yet.

Some people have been experimenting with the game and some of the more gruesome deaths and features that have been added in by Rockstar’s development team.

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Hogtieing enemies to train tracks is a Red Dead Redemption classic

A feast fit for pigs

There are dozens of creative ways to get rid of evidence in Red Dead Redemption 2, perhaps the most gruesome method is feeding the bodies of your victims to the pigs.

We might stick to hiding bodies in bushes…

Putting your kill down

Rockstar have outdone themselves with the hunting in Red Dead Redemption 2.

You can spend hours hunting animals, skinning them and taking the corpses off to sell or eat.

Locating and tracking the 16 legendary animals across the world map will take you hours and is all the more rewarding for it.

Unlike other open-world games where hunting is an option, Rockstar had to take it to the next level.

Skinning larger animals is an incredibly graphic ordeal, especially when you simply injure the animal with a misplaced shot.

In this situation, you will have to kill the beast while it is critically injured on the floor.

Not the nicest position to be in (especially for those veggies out there) but incredibly realistic.