Gamerant writes: Using Red Dead Redemption 2's photo mode, one player notices the intricate detail that goes into a fire bottle's explosion.
tiny shards of glass from the bottle hang in the air if you enter photo mode right as the Molotov makes impact with something, and the bits of glass refract light realistically too.
It's a pretty cool effect. Rockstar really did go all out with the little details.
Too bad they didn't go all out on important things like mission variety and making the game fun to control.
RDR2 blew me away on launch and still does. Cannot think of a game that comes close to its level of detail.
That's an insane amount of detail for something 95%of players won't ever notice!
Can’t wait to be charged full price for the eventual next gen version.
Why do you have to be all negative? Seriously... it's unhealthy.
I just want a next gen something!!! I’ll Pay $60 for 60fps, super fast load times and rtx
Yep I don’t care hate me but I’d pay those punks again to play it enhanced on ps5 at least with 60fps. I tried going back to 30fps after a year of ps5 and it feels SO janky and awful, I found it impossible to play bloodborne,
The game does still look impressive to this day, more than games released this year for next gen consoles. I’m excited to see what they can do with GTA on next gen hardware (assuming that is their next game).
The fact that so many people don't believe this game exists is absolutely incredible
Gagging to play this game again however, I am resolved to wait for a PS5 version which I'll happily snap up.
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