Nope. I'm just finishing up my 100% run.So generally speaking you can complete pretty much all the side quests in the game at chapter 2? That doesn’t sound right
So, I was trying to do a stranger quest (the weird professor guy) and I have to rob some stage coaches (The quest marker is in Rhodes). I picked up a bounty, finished it, but now can't continue the quest.
Knowing R*, I'm sure campaign DLC is on its way
Thanks for the tips. I hope so. I even moved the chapters up and nothing changed. Oh well.
Kind of a bummer, but oh well. Kinda ready to move the story on and take this on homeThe chapters more than likely made that a no-go for sure. I believe it was only available in 4 (from reading about chapter specific side missions like that), but I am also still on 4 myself, lol.
Completely agree with him. Hope Rockstar is taking notes for GTA VI.
The game has fast travel. I forget when it unlocks, since I never used it, but it involves using a map on the side of Arthur's wagon in camp.I played non-stop until Chapter 4, picked up Assassin Creed Odyssey during BF and haven't gone back except for a quick mission.
These developers really need to respect my time. A mission that should take 10 minutes is artificially extended to 30 minutes because you refuse to give me fast travel.
I just don't understand the logic behind it. Keep it locked until Chapter 2 or 3 but for God's sake, let me play the game like I want after that.
It is not fun to set it to auto pilot and doing something else for 10 minutes.
RDR 1 had it perfect with the fast travel camp.
And by all means, please bring back the magic horse. I want to whistle for it from anywhere and not worry about where I left it.
It's not like GTA where cars are littered all over the place.
It has a ham fisted, restrictive fast travel. To add to the misery, it is one way only.The game has fast travel. I forget when it unlocks, since I never used it, but it involves using a map on the side of Arthur's wagon in camp.
What's up with the gambling sidequests?Nope. I'm just finishing up my 100% run.
GitWhat's up with the gambling sidequests?
Yeah i mean i'm loving Ass Creed Odyssey (my fave game from the last 2 or years, literally), but i'm 35 hours in and done 3 main story quests and still have half the map still unexplored. Odyssey will probably be 2 or 3 times longer than RDR2 if you do most stuff in both games.You picked up a game that was literally designed with slow leveling in mind in order to sell an XP boost in a single player game. Odd comparison to make.
I have never seen this said. Most of the challenges are incredibly unnatural for a regular playthrough. I did them cause I just had to have maxed stats but now it's killing my drive to ever replay the game cause I don't want to lose those maxed stats."They're not that bad, you're supposed to do them during your playthrough"
I don't mind a long game, I do mind artificially extending the play time for no reason.You picked up a game that was literally designed with slow leveling in mind in order to sell an XP boost in a single player game. Odd comparison to make.
GitI found the challenges to be trash in general. Gambler 8 and 9 are particularly garbage.Lucky
I maintain that the people who say, of the challenges in general, "They're not that bad, you're supposed to do them during your playthrough" are the same people who have never done them. The way the challenges are set up, you have to go out of your way to do them. You'll never complete most during a normal playthrough and they're not all available from the beginning, because they progress linearly.
Not only that, but Herbalist 9 can't be completed before post game except through a glitch, so many annoying or blatantly poor design philosophies went into crafting this game.
With all the negativity and criticism surrounding the gameplay, does anyone think the inevitable PC and Next Gen versions will have serious gameplay changes, and not just upgraded graphics?.
The pace of the game is really exaughsting but at the end the story was definitely worth it. I had a good timeWell, I sold my game without finishing it.
Could not stand how slow the game makes you go. It really was starting to get boring.
Maybe will repurchased somewhere down the road, but for now it does not get from me the praise most people gave.
The pace of the game is really exaughsting but at the end the story was definitely worth it. I had a good time
I platinumed it but didn’t play the DLCs yet. The games traversal mechanics were ON POINT! So much fun swinging running on buildingsI blame it on Marvel's Spider-man also . I played both at the same time, and man, Spider-man's transversal is so damn good and fun that RDR2 became a drag. Spider really set the bar for me last year.
I platinumed it but didn’t play the DLCs yet. The games traversal mechanics were ON POINT! So much fun swinging running on buildings