A reference to one of the film’s strongest moments, but in a live adaptation where Hugh Glass replaced Arthur.
Almost two years after the game’s release, the Red Dead Redemption 2 community continues to seek new ways to expand their world. Whether it’s cool new character details like Jack Marston or fun ways to interact with the world created by Rockstar Games.
Not to be outdone, one player in Red Dead Redemption 2 tried re-create a scene from Leonardo DiCaprio’s Oscar-winning performance in The Survivor with a grizzly bear… Since DiCaprio is not in Red Dead Redemption 2, the player had to use Arthur Morgan as a replacement, but the rest of the painting is consistent with the movie.
For those who may not be familiar with The Survivor, there is a violent scene in which DiCaprio’s character, Hugh Glass, attacked by a grizzly bear… Although rescue seemed unlikely, he eventually grabs a firearm and shoots the bear, and then finishes it off with a knife. However, his wounds seem to be fatal, and thus the Survivor’s plot becomes more intense.
In Red Dead Redemption 2, the player is attacked again by a grizzly bear and takes over. This time the player is seen on their horse, so it doesn’t quite fit the movie. Mainly key elements are on display and the Red Dead Redemption 2 player wanted to share his experience with the community.
The Revenant, RDR2 Style from RDR2
While The Survivor is not a classic western in the sense that Red Dead Redemption 2 is, the film does have a lot to do with the genre. Revenge is an important moment in the film as Glass (DiCaprio) tries to find the group that betrayed him. Like Arthur Morgan, he is a character who seeks to do good, but in some cases understands the cost of survival.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is about to celebrate its second anniversary in late October, but Rockstar hasn’t announced any specific celebration plans. Red Dead Online Halloween Event Rumors & Leaksbut nothing has been made public yet. But given that there are files for undead characters and a complete Halloween skip, it is highly likely that an interesting event awaits us.