Red Dead Redemption 2 Iconic Dialogue Is Found

Red Dead Redemption 2 Updates: Red Dead Redemption is one of the successful game franchises developed by the Rockstar games after GTA. The game is in the American Wild West theme and so far, 2 games have been released in this franchise.

A player of Red Dead Redemption 2 pointed out an iconic line reference from the game’s predecessor RDR1. Red Dead Redemption was originally released in 2010 followed by its prequel Red Dead Redemption 2 in 2018.

In the prequel, the player gets to play the role of Arthur Morgan, who is an outlaw and criminal associate of the Red Dead Redemption’s protagonist John Marston.

Easter eggs in Red Dead Redemption 2:

This open-world wild west game is famously known for its rich and detailed environmental setup that allows players to explore around. Although the game was released 3 years ago, there is more left around to be discovered by the players. One lucky RDR2 player discovered a lucky crate that will automatically refill every in-game day.

The box can be found at Shady Belle, which would be the player’s temporary hideout in one of the game’s chapters. The box near the graveyard swamp will allow the players to earn some money and jewelry. To our astonishment, the box will be refilled every in-game day.

The Iconic Line:


The RDR2 is unpredictable, and recently Reddit user Dr_CheeseNut has found a dialogue in RDR 2 which was once used in its previous installment RDR 1.

During a conversation between John Marston and Hosea Mathews, discussing the Van Der Linde gang, Marston tells Hosea “People Don’t forget….. Nothing gets forgiven”. It is the same words Marston told to Bonnie MacFarland in Red Dead Redemption one.

Possibility of Red Dead Redemption 3:

The Red Dead Redemption franchise portrays the end of the American Wild West with its fabulous narration. Rockstar is currently supporting the Red Dead Online through updates and expansion. However, fans are very eager about the release of Red Dead Redemption 3.

Although the third installment of the game is not yet in the picture, fans have already started to call out for the return of RDR2 characters like Sadie or Charles Smith. The possibility of RDR 3 is vast and can stretch in any direction.

One Big Epic Saga:

Red Dead Redemption 2 employs a deep and emotional narration, which is a boon for the game. RDR 2 not only successfully utilizes the world created by its predecessor RDR1, but it also features John Marston as a major bridge between both the games.

Small details like the dialogue uttered by the protagonist John, “People don’t forget..”, have bounded two games into one Wild West saga.

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