RDR2.org writes that you should avoid picking up the Cleaver in chapter 6, as it appears to be affected by a bug that could stop you from getting 100% completion.
$20 pick up at most. Down the road, when stable.
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Hmm. Haven't tried that one yet. Maybe after I get through my current replaying of Disco Elysium, Persona 5, and Outer Worlds. Thanks for the recommendation, girly ;)
@theRealTed all of those games you listed are great. Really need to finish them but I rarely have the time
@TheRealTedCruz Using girly as an insult Oof Not defending Jerome being rude but dang
It's as stable as a rock I have 100% and picked up everything the article points out it's an extremely rare big and only 0.01% of players get to 100% because it means hunting every animal multiple time for perfect pelts, finding every treasure, catching every fish multiple times, completing insane challenges like remain wanted in all states for days on end and ride the length of the map in 14 minutes. Most people understandably just play the missions and side quests and call it done. To get the missions done and side quests it's 76 hours to complete the game to 100% it's 156 hours according to most on how long to beat but to platnuim it you're looking at over 200 hours easily And only one rare glitch stopping progress that rockstar are aware of now and working on
I'll keep that in mind. Main reason I haven't played it yet was I play mainly on PC so only as of recent had I a version of it. Recently got a Pro though, so whenever it drops a bit more on either platform I'll grab it. Loved the original, but I've heard speak of a lot of monotony in the mechanics, so I'm going in cautious lol.
A lot of the mechanics were actually revised in the most recent patch including the ability to fast travel from anywhere in the world by setting up a camp and selecting fast travel (bringing it back fr rdr) Also animation speed improvements including time taken to get up after crashing your horse. Lots of little quality of life improvements are happening to revitalise the game but often if they weren't in there on launch day the game gets a bad wrap
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