Hilarious Red Dead Redemption 2 Glitch Helps Player Evade Police

A Red Dead Redemption 2 player has discovered a humorous and unique way to evade police attention, thanks to what appears to be a glitch. Despite being over five years old, Red Dead Redemption 2 continues to surprise players with new discoveries, particularly involving amusing and harmless bugs.

Like many games, Red Dead Redemption 2 is susceptible to glitches ranging from minor visual errors to potentially game-breaking issues. While some can be creepy, they are almost always a source of entertainment for fans.

This particular glitch was shared by Reddit user redditorpegaso on r/reddeadredemption. In their gameplay footage, Arthur Morgan, the player character, hides on the blind side of a doorway while being chased by the police. As a policeman opens the door, redditorpegaso interacts with it simultaneously. The policeman enters the room, quickly scans it, and then leaves without spotting Arthur. Although the Wanted status remains, redditorpegaso successfully evades detection, though it’s unclear if they fully escaped.

reddit_https://www.reddit.com/r/reddeadredemption/comments/1d70fqu/i_cant_believe_that_worked/

Some Red Dead Redemption 2 Glitches Can Be Creepy

While this glitch is funny, others can be quite unsettling, leaving players to wonder whether they are bugs or intentional features by Rockstar Games. Some Red Dead Redemption 2 glitches involve ghostly figures, which might be deliberate inclusions given Rockstar’s history of adding horror elements, as seen in Grand Theft Auto 5.

There’s also a disturbing glitch that briefly transforms the game into a zombie apocalypse, which feels deliberate despite being out-of-character for the game. Fortunately, despite the inevitable presence of bugs in AAA titles, Red Dead Redemption 2 remains largely free of glitches that would render it unplayable.

What About Red Dead Redemption 3?

As for news on Red Dead Redemption 3, Rockstar Games has remained silent about any potential release timeline. With Red Dead Online still thriving and the upcoming release of Grand Theft Auto 6, it seems likely that Red Dead Redemption 3 is not a priority for the company at the moment. Fans will have to keep speculating about the next installment in the series.