In the chronicle of the great DLC, Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare has a place since Rockstar was still making single-player DLC. This expansion in 2010 reinterpreted the game world as the story of the zombie apocalypse, and John Marston is now out to save his wife and son from the virus, while freeing the town from the brain-chewing crowd. This is awesome, so since the release of Red Dead Redemption 2, players have been wondering: Please Rockstar, can we do more?
Unfortunately, Red Dead Online’s post-launch support is a bit more than players hoped, well, barebones: it largely follows the GTA online model to re-adjust cosmetics and sales and add small tasks. Every Halloween, someone shouts out: Rockstar does make occasional hints, but so far, it seems that there is no interest in revisiting that rich and juicy vein.
So: the mod makers have done it for them.
Nightmare of the Dead II-Origins (Is this thing named by Ubisoft?) Follow the plague to hit the Red Dead 2 world, and reconfigure certain towns in the game (currently Armadillo, Blackwater, and Kurt Church), with zombie tribes and civilians They fight (Thanks, PCGamesN). The video above shows Arthur and certain armed NPCs running around on the ground, while residents hide in rooftops or in certain buildings.
An impressive aspect is the different lighting systems implemented by the module makers to give it the whole “hell coming” atmosphere. The module also adds its own music and some new clothing options for the discerning zombie hunter.
The description of the mod is “The dead have been resurrected, some settlements have collapsed, and some people still have a chance-it depends on whether you extend a helping hand or let them perish” and the “origin” nickname indicates that this is an ongoing project.You can download the mod and find the instructions How to install here.