Red Dead Redemption 2: ‘Vomit’ Glitch Lets Players Survive Great Falls

Red Dead Redemption 2 is one the most beautiful games out there and ‘Vomit’ glitch lets players survive great falls.

While its gritty nature makes it serious, there are also some funny aspects. Red Dead Redemption 2 is frequently cited when the topic of realistic videogames comes up. The visuals are a great example of how to create realistic worlds. The turn-of-the century RPG has many bugs as do most games. One glitch has been identified that may actually be of some benefit.

Brother Foller, a YouTuber, recently posted a video showing gameplay footage from Red Dead Redemption 2. The short clip shows Arthur Morgan standing at the edge of the cliff. The player opens their inventory, and the protagonist is asked to eat poisonous plants. Arthur begins to vomit after he has been consumed. He doesn’t seem to be affected by the impact upon landing.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Vomit Glitch Lets Players Survive Great Falls

It appears that this bug is very useful for anyone playing the game who needs an easy and painless way of falling from high heights. Red Dead Redemption 2 has some hilarious bugs, especially when it comes down to character models. Arthur can look terrible if his skin texture isn’t loaded in certain situations. A duplication glitch can also be used to make large amounts of money. Similar to the “vomit bug”, this one is useful even though it breaks the spirit of the game.

Fans are hopeful for Red Dead Redemption 3 because of the overwhelming success of Rockstar’s 2018 release. A new installment of Red Dead Redemption should be inevitable due to the success of the series. However, Grand Theft Auto 6 is currently in development, so a new RDR installment could take years.

Unfortunately, the developer appears to be leaving this series and focusing its efforts on the next GTA title. The development of Red Dead Online is slowing down, but there are new content coming. This could mean that the Western franchise may be left behind. Rockstar could very well acquire the series after GTA 6 is completed, since a third Red Dead Redemption title would be a big money-maker for the company.

Red Dead Redemption 2 now available for PC, PS4, Stadia and Xbox One.

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