Grave Witness: Burnt Corpse Reports Crime in Red Dead Redemption 2 Glitch

A player of Red Dead Redemption 2 recently unveiled an eerie glitch where a burnt corpse becomes an unlikely informant, reporting a crime. The game is known for its vast, immersive world, which occasionally gives rise to some truly bizarre glitches. While Rockstar has been diligent in fixing major issues, some minor, yet amusing glitches remain.

The peculiar glitch was brought to the community's attention through a Reddit post, showcasing a burnt corpse scurrying away from a crime scene, supposedly to report a crime witnessed against the player. This odd occurrence was experienced during the Elias Green Bounty mission, though the exact cause of the glitch remains a mystery.

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The community's reaction to this glitch was one of amusement and surprise, with some players jokingly suggesting it as an unintended sneak peek into an Undead Nightmare DLC for Red Dead Redemption 2. The humorous label "Undead Tattletale" was coined by a player, highlighting the unexpected and ghostly nature of this glitch. This incident reminded some of the kinds of myths that surrounded older games, such as the legendary Bigfoot in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

While the discovery of new glitches in the 2018 title provides entertainment, there's a growing desire within the community for a sequel to Red Dead Redemption 2. With the anticipation for Grand Theft Auto 6, fans understand that a potential Red Dead Redemption 3 may be a few years away. Despite this, the hope remains that the wait for more adventures in the Red Dead universe will not be unduly long.