Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most anticipated games of the decade, and the fan-favorite title has received near-universal acclaim from players and reviewers alike.
Rockstar spent eight years on the title, and the results were visible. Many reviewers praised the graphics of the game which transform the impressive open-world into a powerful rendition of how the Wild West used to look like. One of the most important aspects of the game is the manner in which it is able to effortlessly tackle a variety of themes, among which we can count the negative aspect of primitive capitalism, unchecked power of corrupt regimes and realizing that some of your beliefs will fail you when you need them the most.
The open-world fills populated and realistic as the player can interact with hundreds of NPCs, each which a specific dialogue, and some with interesting quests. Some fans claimed that the game is a bit slow at first, as it spends the first hours on shaping the identity of your character.
With such praises, it is not surprising that even the single-player mode of the game has remained a hit among many layers. It is well-known that the game offers one of the most robust and enjoyable gameplay experiences, and shooting is a key part. With a large arsenal, it is no wonder that many players tried to experiment and create some spectacular shootings.
One player shared his experience during what was planned to be a simple robbery. While he was in the bank, three policemen tried to enter through the door at the same time. The player saw the opportunity and activated the Dead Eye ability, which slows time and allows you to aim more carefully before he fired an arrow with the help of his bow.
The kill cam showcased a brutal triple kill as the arrow hit the three aligned police officers, killing them on the spot.