A hilarious clip of Red Dead Redemption 2 shows a feral cougar attacking John Marston during the house building scene from the game’s epilogue.
Back in 2018, Red Dead Redemption 2 on shelves and digital shop windows worldwide. At the time of its release, the game had the second-biggest launch in the medium’s history and remains one of the best-selling video games of all time. Despite being a prequel with the main focus on a new character, a fair bit of it Red Dead Redemption 2 focused on John Marston.
The primary plot of Red Dead Redemption 2 focused on a new character named Arthur Morgan and his activities with the Van der Linde Gang. That finally turned out Red Dead Redemption 2 would feature John Marston and as the game progressed the character became more and more involved in the central plot of the story. The game’s epilogue section allowed the player to control John Marston and reveals how he brought in his farm Red Dead Redemption in excruciating detail.
In the epilogue, the player learns what became of it Red Dead Redemption 2‘s surviving companions that did not appear in the first game. One of the most famous parts of the epilogue section of Red Dead Redemption 2 Then, with the help of Charles Smith and uncles, John builds his house. However, a new clip from the scene completely ruins it as a cougar keeps attacking John while he’s trying to build the house. The video is from the Brother Foller YouTube channel, and it’s not entirely clear whether the attack was caused by a glitch or a mod.
Bizarre animal encounters in the game are not uncommon. In one instance, a player had a spooky encounter with a bear Red Dead Redemption 2, and animals are a constant threat that players must contend with throughout the game. In this particular case, the cougar chose to attack John in the middle of the cutscene, nearly killing him on several occasions. As the clip continues, the cougar doesn’t stop chasing after him as Charles and Uncle watch as the game’s music continues.
Red Dead Redemption 2′The epilogue has been listed as one of the best epilogue sections of any video game. It perfectly bridges the game between the events of the prequel and the first game and appears to give John and co. a happy ending. This ultimately makes up the events Red Dead Redemption All the more tragic since the players know what to expect. Perhaps it would have been better for the character if he was simply beaten to death by a cougar while building his home rather than suffer the fate that eventually befell him.
Red Dead Redemption 2 can be played on PC, PS4, Stadia and Xbox One.
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