Red Dead Redemption 2 Gets an Expansion of the Mexico Map
This Red Dead Redemption mod allows players to explore Mexico. It includes a variety of expansions that players have created to make the original game available in the latest RAGE engine.
Nuevo Paraiso can only be accessed through exploits. This is unfortunate because there are many areas in the game. Rockstar Gaming has had to abandon them in favor of other environments. Players have nevertheless worked tirelessly in map editor to bring the locations of the second game to Arthur Morgan’s story.
This mod basically collects all the Mexico custom content from Nexus Mods, and makes them available for players to download in one place. These include Escalera, Chuparosa, Casa Madrugada, El Matadero and more. You can even find a few camps to rest your character or top off your tanks.
Arthur can’t enter Nuevo Paraiso because Mexico is too dangerous due the rising threat from revolutionaries and a dispute with the United States. The region still has its own theme, weather, vegetation, audio, and ambient audio so you won’t be walking through it alone.
Even though I would not be the modders, I would keep an eye on emails from Take-Two Interactive. After Rockstar Games’ parent company sent a DMCA warning against modders, the GTA Underground and Vice City Stories: PC Edition, Liberty City Stories and San Andreas Reimagined were removed from the Internet .
Why? According to the CEO, the remakes were an indication of bad behaviour and a threat to the publisher’s economy. Rumours are circulating about a remake of Red Dead Redemption after the Grand Theft Auto trilogy remasters have been released. This could mean that we will be going back to Mexico in an official capacity. Keep an eye out for this, I think.