While the original Red Dead Redemption’s map features a (fictional) area of Mexico, which protagonist John Marston heads to for a big chunk of the game, its sequel Red Dead Redemption 2 only lets you head back to the US-based part, New Austin. However, according to some datamines, it looks like the game’s files do include a couple of references to a Mexico map. User VideoTech UK over at GTAForums (via VG24/7) has taken a look at the game’s files (version 1.0 of the PlayStation version) and discovered that there are models of some of the first game’s Mexico locations hiding within. According to the dataminer, most of the models are “disabled in-game,” and from the pictures posted it looks like they’re very low-detail, providing a basic shape for the towns. Familiar locations like Chuparosa and Sepulcro seem to be included. You can check these out here. The user also reveals some textures present in the files, too, though they say that these findings do “not confirm any form of a future Mexico map expansion” – they’re just present in the game files.
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