Friday, December 3rd, 2021

Red Dead Redemption 2 Modders went and created their own Undead Nightmare

It’s up to the mods community to save the day after another Halloween is held without the official Red Dead Redemption II Undead Nightmare DLC.

Modders uploaded to Nexus Mods Zombies are rampaging through the towns and forests of Red Dead Redemption 2 on Monday and the Undead Nightmare II mod.

Townspeople get into their doors and shoot all the zombies they see. New weather and musical effects have also been added to create the perfect zombie hunting atmosphere.

Undead Nightmare was the first DLC released for Red Dead Redemption. Horror-themed paid DLC has added zombies and other supernatural horror to the fictional wild west of rock stars. Fans wanted the sequel Red Dead Redemption 2 to receive a similar DLC pack, but so far had no luck.

PCGamesN Linked to YouTube A video of Quarantine Gamer showing the mod in detail. In this video, the player breaks down a barricade set up by the townspeople, creating different effects on the sky in each area of ​​the land.

Take-Two released an updated sales number for Red Dead Redemption II on Wednesday. Red Dead II has sold over 39 million copies since its release in 2018, while the original game in 2010 sold 23 million copies.

Modders have played a role in keeping Red Dead II alive using VR mods and “Hot Coffee” mods.

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IGN’s Red Dead Redemption II mod wiki has all the details you need to know about installing mods such as God Mode and Photorealism.

PC players looking for horror should check the list of the best horror games IGN on their PC.

Petey Oneto is an IGN freelance writer who hopes that GTA Trilogy will be successfully remastered and that rock stars will work on the original Red Dead remaster.