Red Dead Redemption II
|Red Dead Redemption II|
|This game is receiving new content, by way of Expansion Packs and/or Downloadable Content.|
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Red Dead Redemption II is a prequel to the previous-gen console-exclusive Red Dead Redemption, featuring almost as much cut content as it does story inconsistencies and retcons.
Present inside textures_0.rpf\textures\ui_textures.rpf\satchel_textures.ytd is an Animals Compendium icon for a cut animal, a Bobcat. Despite having been left out from this game's vast amount of animals, Bobcats are present in the first Red Dead Redemption. There's still unused text relating to this animal.
Unused Cutscene Audio
Due to the ability to access New Austin as Arthur being disabled late in development, the second part of the side quests "A Test of Faith" and "A Fisher of Fish", both of which have unlocking conditions involving New Austin, can only be done by John in the Epilogue, leaving the Arthur versions of the cutscenes' audio unused.
A Test of Faith - II
Using mods on PC or certain glitches on the unpatched console versions, the player can collect all the Dinosaur Bones in New Austin as Arthur without getting killed by the invisible snipers. Mailing the bones will unlock the ability to visit Deborah and gain the Jawbone Knife with Arthur too.
A Fisher of Fish - II
Unlike "A Test of Faith - II", this mission cannot be unlocked with Arthur at all; even mailing all of the Legendary Fish as Arthur won't do anything. Oddly enough, while there is audio for the opening and ending cutscenes, there is no Arthur variation in the files for the mid-mission cutscene (internally named RCFSH_RSC3) that plays when arriving with Jeremy Gill at the fishing location.
Opening Cutscene (RCFSH_RSC2)
Ending Cutscene (RCFSH_EXT)
|The Red Dead series|
|PlayStation 2, Xbox||Red Dead Revolver|
|PlayStation 3, Xbox 360||Red Dead Redemption|
|PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows||Red Dead Redemption II|