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Red Dead Redemption 2: The Importance Of Guarma Episode And Its Purpose


David Mudd

Red Dead Redemption 2: Rockstar never failed to deliver new, compelling and unforgettable interactive gaming experience to the users. Grand Theft Auto still stands as the highest-grossing game of all time. Moreover, they released the sequel of there game Red Dead Redemption in the previous week. And of course, it is now considered as the magnum opus of Rockstar games.

Red Dead Redemption 2 gives a legendary experience along with the emotional thrill-ride of Western life. Besides the unexpected divergence in the game’s narrative leave fans speechless. Every section of the game has its importance and special momentous experience in the game.

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There Is Some Other Thing Too, That Will Blow Your Mind (Red Dead Redemption 2)

Even though every section has its beauty and importance. Chapter 5 in the game itself is a piece of art. Guarma is the place where you can get away from the boys, Arthur and Tahiti. It is a small island where you can get a taste of revolution and little sunshine. Arthur gets shipwrecked after a bank heist went wrong. The storm takes him far apart from the coast of Cuba. He awakens at the stranded island far away from the American midwest.

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He gets into a political revolution on the island with the surviving members of the gang. Then he rejoins with the rest of the gang to get back to America. Red Dead Redemption 2 displays real-world consequences of players needed to overcome for the sake of survival. That is where it does better than GTA 5. Dutch kills an elderly woman on the island before proceeding in their pursuit to get out of the island.

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