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News video games 23 August 2019, 15:58

author: Julia Dragovic

Modder Shows Mexico in RDR2 From Bird's Eye View

Thanks to a 24-minute video recording of youtuber Jedijosh920's mod for Red Dead Redemption 2, you'll take flight into the skies of Mexico.

Take a deep breath. Close your eyes and repeat. Relax.

If you are under constant stress that keeps you awake better than an alarm clock in the morning, the slightest problem leads you into fits of anger, and at the same time you have no time or desire for relaxation and meditation exercises, you can just watch what a bird simulator in Red Dead Redemption 2 would look like (that's now that you're doctor would reccomend, though, so we do not promise anything).

In order to do this, you will have to watch the above video from youtuber jedijosh920, who created a mod that turns Arthur Morgan into a winged conqueror of the skies, including those that he usually does not have access to. Well, you see, as a bird, the modder has visited the whole map, including the blocked Mexico section (around 20:00), so far only accessible thanks to a certain glitch. You can join the tour by watching the video.

How did Jedijosh920 create the mod? Due to the fact that modifying PS4 and playing around with the code are not entirely legal, we do not provide any details on this subject.

Julia Dragovic

Julia Dragovic

She studied philosophy and philology and honed her writing skills by producing hundreds of assignments. She has been a journalist at Gamepressure since 2019, first writing in the newsroom, then becoming a columnist and reviewer, and eventually, a full-time editor of our game guides. She has been playing games for as long as she can remember – everything except shooters and RTSs. An ailurophile, fan of The Sims and concrete. When she's not clearing maps of collectibles or playing simulators of everything, economic strategies, RPGs (including table-top) or romantic indie games, Julia explores cities in different countries with her camera, searching for brutalist architecture and post-communist relics.