How Accurate is History in Red Death Redemption 2?
Dec. 25, 2018

Examine this incredibly long credit paper and discover a series of researchers whose job is to make Red Dead Redemption 2 Xbox One Key Global reflect a historical reality.

Outside of the simulation genre, video games tend to play very fast with history, but Rockstar Games did everything possible to make the world seem deeply believable while operating within the parameters of an open-world entertainment experience.

The realism of devotion exercised by Rockstar is commendable, but the team also clearly understood that the pure and pure repetition of real and marginal events would not serve their creative objectives perfectly.

What emerges from the tension between creativity and history is a kind of ecstatically corrupted temporal machine that transports us to another moment while we serve our limited capacity for attention, creating a world of synthetic fun that seems incredibly real.

And if there is a natural tendency to adjust the microscopic details of this game, realism in the big issues is often expressed more strongly. Let's start by looking at some of them.

The subsequent acts of Red Dead Redemption 2 are mainly related to a conflict between the residents of the Wapiti Reserve and parts of the United States government, characterized by unbridled industrialism and commercial interests.