If the recent round of previews covering Red Dead Redemption 2 has taught us anything, it's that Rockstar's upcoming Western epic is going to be full of detail. We know that mud will stick to your clothes and affect your cleanliness, and that you can customise the engravings on your weapons, and that your actions can change how other characters in the game treat you. There are lots of tiny details like this, but everyone seems to be getting pretty excited about this latest revelation.
This new tidbit allegedly comes from a Croatian gaming magazine named GAMEPLAY, and it's a neat detail. With the mini map disabled, characters won't just give you a mission and send you on your way, they'll provide you with directions to the required location. It sounds sort of similar to Assassin's Creed Odyssey's Exploration mode -- whether it'll go the extra mile and eliminate objective markers completely remains to be seen. Of course, you can still play with the mini map on, but this is just another example of Red Dead 2's depth.
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