Red Dead Redemption 2 Cover Art Recreated With LEGO Figures
An enthusiastic admirer of Red Dead Redemption 2 has recreated the game’s cover art with LEGO figures and the results are astounding. The game is well-known for its meticulousness and this artwork certainly reflects that.
For nearly five years now, fans of Red Dead Redemption 2 have kept coming up with creative ways to pay tribute to one of the greatest video games of all time. One of the more touching tributes was when a fan crafted a novel based off the game for their mom (link). It’s easy to forget that not everyone is a gamer, so these kinds of fan tributes make the game more accessible to those outside of the gaming world.
Recently, a Red Dead Redemption 2 player demonstrated a very impressive bow and arrow kill with a headshot.
Redditor Candid-Revenue-3326 posted their amazing work of art, featuring the front cover of Red Dead Redemption 2 with its characters as if they were LEGO figures. At first glance, it may not seem like they would be a perfect match, but the simplistic charm of the piece really captures the vibe of Red Dead Redemption 2. The original cover of the game predominantly features low-detail silhouettes, which the LEGO pieces are able to replicate precisely. Additionally, the artwork reveals the untextured 3D models which were used to create the remarkable image.
Gamers in the thread welcomed the poster’s idea, however they speculated what a LEGO adaptation of Red Dead Redemption 2 might look like. The LEGO games are celebrated for their whimsical nature, which would contrast with the intense drama of Red Dead Redemption 2’s plot. It’s a concept that is difficult to imagine but would be fascinating to witness.
It’s been ages since Rockstar gave any indication of the fate of the Red Dead Redemption franchise. It’s a big hit for them, though their games can require a significant amount of effort to complete – GTA 6, for example, has supposedly been in the works for 10 years. Even so, it appears likely that Red Dead Redemption 3 is being developed, and it would be a surprise if the game isn’t released eventually.
Players can now get their hands on the highly anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.