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Red Dead Redemption 2: 10 Single Player Expansions We'd LOVE To See

Be it aliens, zombies, or untold adventures of beloved characters, Rockstar has plenty to do.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 has been called one of the greatest video games of all time, and rightly so. It's characters are some of the most complex the medium has ever seen. The voice acting is world-class. The world is vast, beautifully realized, and insanely detailed. The themes of regret and redemption are undeniably powerful. The story is equal parts inspiring and devastating. It is proof that games CAN be considered art.

But...

Although the game has had remarkably few complaints levied against it, one of the most consistent is the lack of a single player DLC. The first game had the exceptional Undead Nightmare, a pulpy, campy zombie adventure that was separate from the main game's canon. It was silly. It was tongue-in-cheek. It stood in stark contrast to the heavy, morally complex tone of its parent game.

Thus far, Red Dead Redemption 2 has given us nothing comparable. Instead, Rockstar has honed into Red Dead Online, hoping to turn it into the same sort of cash cow that GTA Online indisputably is.

That's a shame, truly, because there are so many great things they could do with a single player DLC, such as...

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