“Red Dead Redemption 2,” out now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, is one of the most detailed video games ever developed.
Just how detailed is the game exactly?
While there are tons of activities and storylines to explore in “Red Dead Redemption 2,” Joe from the YouTube gaming channel DefendTheHouse recently decided to spend a full day in the game just following around a handful of non-playable characters, or NPCs, and nothing more.
The results are fascinating. These characters hardly play a role in the game, yet they still have unique schedules and characteristics.
Take a look at what happens when you follow random people around in “Red Dead Redemption 2” all day:
Here’s our first NPC. Let’s call him Shepherd. Around 8 a.m., Shepherd heads off to work.
He tends to sheep at the farm between 8:30 a.m. and noon.
Around 12:30 p.m., Shepherd moves bags of feed to the farm for the pigs, sheep, and goats.
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