True, before we go into this, we need to make it clear that the video below, which includes a bug mentioned in the article's title, contains huge spoilers for Red Dead Redemption 2,
If you have not finished Red Dead Redemption 2 and do not want to spoil, please for the love of God, get out of here and go play it.
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Here's the video!
YouTube user Elemeno Peah assumed there was a voice damage during the Red Dead 2 poker game. After playing the first number of players, you play as the original Red Dead Redemption character John Marston, in addition to the video, John speaks with what sounds like a voice of Jack Marston.
Now apparently Jack is just a child in Red Dead Redemption 2, but in the original Red Dead Redemption, teen Jack became the main character after the credits roll. And in this video sounds the sinister voice many like Jack's teen voice.
Before we go deeper, there is a chance that this may be just some completely unrelated, super rare glitch that takes out a scrapped or substitute dialogue from some other point in the game. Hell, it can be very complicated, but if it is, that's damn good.
What gives some meaning to what Jack's voice really is is that the whole Red Dead Redemption map is in Red Dead Redemption 2 and you can visit all this without the Mexican in the post-gem where you play as John . The thing is, these areas are relatively inferior to the Red Dead Redemption 2 places – they do not have much in them, except for a series of head hunter missions and a few random events.
This has already led to a lot of speculation whether Rockstar intends to recreate the original Red Dead Redemption, using the much improved Red Dead Redemption 2 engine. It probably releases it as an extension.
This seems like a little order, but you're never familiar with Rockstar, and that voice can be an indication of what's coming. Honestly, we hope so.
What are you doing of that? Feel free to let the speculation develop in the comment section below.