It's well known that Rockstar Games is a master at creating virtual worlds. In their latest work - Red Dead Redemption 2 - they gave players a huge map, full of diverse ecosystems and other attractions, stretching from the swampy Lemoyne region to the desert New Austin, bordering Mexico. Although a piece of Latin America was included in the first installment, we won't find it in the sequel. With help came modders, who, joining forces, recreated a large part of the country.
A user of Nexus Mods (which enables us to share game mods) by the handle Siemreaper has prepared - to celebrate the release of 1000 mods for RDR 2 - a special package containing 16 expansion for the Mexico map - with the permission of their four creators: RedMaxBR, AClassySliceOfToast, DuPz0r and SergeantJoe. Six of them were developed by AClassySliceOfToast are not directly included in the pack (only as links), as the author preferred them to be downloaded directly.
In addition to recreated locations such as Chuparosa, Escalera, and El Presidio, the pack also adds 33 camps, a railroad (although no trains run on it at the moment), and the Ramita de la Baya bridge, enabling us to cross from New Austin to the reconstructed Nuevo Paraiso. The new location has also been moved to the map in the game menu, so we won't have to explore it blindly.
To work properly the mod requires Lenny's Mod Loader, Red Dead Beta - Out of Bounds (removes the invisible wall on the border of the world) and Script Hook for RDR 2. Siemreaper announced that as more Nuevo Paraiso expansions are released, his megapack will include them. In the absence of a permission from the author of a particular mod, that particular mod will be made available in the set only as a link.
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