In Red Dead Redemption 2, surprisingly few banks can be robbed. In single player mode, the raids are rarely woven into the story. A recently released mod provides a remedy: With the expansion "Bank Robberies" you can raid the banks in Red Dead Redemption 2 PC as often as you want – in the Heists you exclude the banks of Valentine, Rhodes and Saint Denis. The robberies in Red Dead Redemption 2 can quickly earn a lot of money. However, the mod does not support multiplayer mode. We have the download link to the mod in the article. RDR2 has been available on PC since November.
In Red Dead Redemption 2 there are surprisingly few bank robberies during the story. If you want to rob other banks in single player mode, you now have the opportunity to do so: with the "Bank Robberies" mod. The expansion recently available on Nexusmods lets you raid the big banks in Valentine, Rhodes and Saint Denis within single player mode. You can attack the banks as often as you want.
You don't have to have activated a corresponding mission to empty the banks. The robberies in Red Dead Redemption 2 can quickly earn a lot of money. For the mod, the hobby programmers Unlosing and Jedijosh920 used assets from the first bank robbery during the story of Red Dead Redemption 2. Players will also recognize the story sequences from the story missions.
Note that your wanted level will skyrocket as soon as you empty the safes in the banks. In order to activate the mod for RDR2, you first need ScriptHookRDR2, which you can also download on Nexusmods. A Download instructions for the "Bank Robberies" mod you can get under this link. RDR2 has been available for PC since November 2019. In our test on Red Dead Redemption 2, you read all the details. (buy now for € 24.99)
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