GTA 6 Need To Learn From Red Dead Redemption

GTA 6 Need To Learn From Red Dead Redemption

We can think of Red Dead Redemption 2 as a successful game that might be able to beat the total sales of Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) later. With solid stories and gameplay mechanisms that make us forget about activities in the real world, it is appropriate if Red Dead Redemption 2 is praised.

The success of the game then raises many questions and one of them is whether the quality of Grand Theft Auto 6 (GTA 6) will be like Red Dead? The question is very reasonable, asked especially in the past, GTA V was quite successful and anticipated.

Even the GTA V game on all platforms is selling well. To be able to answer this, of course there are many lessons that can be taken by GTA 6 from Red Dead Redemption 2. What are some?

Red Dead Redemption 2 initially got a review of his rather slow game. Indeed, at the beginning of the game, the storyline presented seemed very slow. This slow impression is more complete when the features available in this game are also slow.

Skinning an animal will take several seconds. But don’t worry, all these features can be flipped and accelerated so that the game is a little faster and not boring.

The choice of game method is really implemented openly in this game. When the GTA 6 project is done, it feels like Rockstar can learn a lot from what is in the second Red Dead Redemption. Although the game background is urban, but of course Rockstar can make gamers get a lot of choices.

The choice of three protagonists in GTA V a few years ago must be admitted to be very intelligent. The issue finally surfaced that the second Red Dead Redemption would also be strengthened with multiprotagonists. But the truth is not, because we will only be treated to one protagonist named Arthur Morgan.

A wave of disappointment surfaced and even so, the single protagonist became the right choice! Single characters present a better depth of story and hit the heart. In the future, GTA 6 will also be better if it only has a single protagonist whose character is very deep, of course.