Just wondering who everyone has killed the most? I drop the stable owner and his rancher friend a lot near Hannover. The twins who you can sell horses to also tend to meet their maker more often than not.
Seamus in Emerald Ranch takes first prize though, lost count of how many times and ways I've wasted him. His 'Don't even look at me funny' line doesn't help his cause either, it's a red rag to a bull. no pun intended
Yeah they usually respawn the day later. It's not logical but it's too funny to shoot them in the head and see their head bandaged up next time you visit
And they're just coming back??
To be honest - I didnt kill any relevant NPC's.
Wasnt sure how would that play out. I didnt want to loose a stable or fence.
Its a bit silly. Id rather if our actions had consequences and if we were actually loosing their side of the business
Red Dead Redemption patch 1.09 arrived last week, delivering a huge update that took the online component out of its beta period and addressed the game's somewhat disappointing HDR support. On top of this, the patch notesdiscuss improving ambient occlusion, giving weight to stories circulating for months that the effect was somehow downgraded after the game launched. Were there actually reductions in visual quality? Is HDR now 'fixed'? We took a look at the new update and the news is positive: Red Dead Redemption 2 has never looked better with the new patch installed.
The HDR update is a winner overall though, with identical implementations in place for both PlayStation and Xbox users. If you own Red Dead 2, it's well worth revisiting - some of the best visuals of this generation now look even better on a suitably equipped HDR display, and if you ducked out of the incredibly long story mode (as we did) now's a good time to polish off your playthrough.
If the rumours are true about the October update of Windows 10, then waiting for a port really won't be an issue.With the news of a PS5 pencilled in for 2020 I think the more likely thing is perhaps a remastered RDR2 for next gen consoles and only then a PC version?
Microsoft recently released the step ahead version of Windows 10 and everyone who tried it got a trial or free version of State of Decay.What rumours?
I doubt it would be straight forward.Hmm interesting, hope it's true but don't think it is likely to magically mean all devs will allow it without some kind of licensing agreement.