Although Red Dead Redemption 2 is already a near-perfect game, a new mod is making it even better by adding persistence in the world and a more authentic experience.
The mod Enhanced Entity e World Persistence 1.3 is available now on Nexus Mods , the same site that hosts some of the best mods for the games The Elder Scrolls and a number of others.
Simply put, the mod aims to make your actions when exploring the world of Red Redemption 2 appear more impactful and permanent.
Most players can understand the frustration of leaving a vehicle or horse for a short time to deal with another matter nearby, only to find it disappeared upon their return.
With this mod, things should basically just sit still after being placed somewhere.
How it works is quite simple. The mod allows you to set up a “Ring of Persistence”, which has an adjustable radius where items will stay and not just disappear from one moment to the next.
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While out and about, the pattern should be a large radius that will allow you to play freely and confident that you can come back later and collect anything you may have left behind.
By default, the radius is smaller in cities to improve performance, but this can also be changed.
Of course, this mod will also affect how you treat bodies left on the road. Usually, bodies of enemies or victims don't need to be carefully hidden to avoid the wrath of the law because they disappear quickly and never seem to catch the attention of passing NPCs.
With the mod installed, the witness system becomes much more interactive and problems will arise if you leave a body lying around without care.
This kind of mod is fantastic, because although Red Dead Redemption 2 has a lot of strengths, it's quite strange that objects tend to reset so quickly.
Adding permanence to objects makes the experience much more realistic, which is always an advantage. From here, the only thing that would be better would be the addition of an expansion that allows players to buy or build their own permanent homes.
Now, there's no indication that any expansions are coming for the game, so that's not likely to happen. Still, there are mods for that too, and you can click here to check one of the best.
Now if only there was a way to add this kind of mod ao Red Dead Online, the world would be a much more interesting place with so many players running around!