Red Dead Redemption 2 Kill Cam: Hilarious Horse Crash [Video]

A Red Dead Redemption 2 participant was able to make a memorable slow-motion video of a horse crashing due to the kill cam feature in the game. Later this year, the five-year anniversary of the Rockstar western title will be celebrated and it appears that many players are still discovering amusing, peculiar events within the game.

When players take down adversaries in Red Dead Redemption 2, a slow motion kill cam is typically activated. Typically, this camera action is activated when the player eliminates an enemy with a shot to the brain or chest and usually lasts for several seconds, turning the screen a muted yellow and displaying the scene from multiple perspectives. This feature is akin to the renowned “Wasted” screen found in Rockstar’s other popular title, Grand Theft Auto 5. Over the four years since Red Dead Redemption 2 was released, gamers have been able to record some truly funny instances while the slow motion kill cam feature was in effect.

An Amusing Find: A Red Dead Redemption 2 Gamer Finds Hilarious Concealed Inebriated Dialogue

A Red Dead Redemption 2 player has recently discovered a hidden, yet very amusing, drunken dialogue. The video clip that shows off this amusing find has been gaining plenty of attention online.

Ermaleefrancis, a user on Reddit, posted a clip on the RedDeadRedemption subreddit that showed a spectacular horse collision in the rain-soaked town of Valentine, in New Hanover. The player has a bounty of $290 on them and is racing through the main road in story mode when an adversary appears and drives towards them. They manage to draw their gun in time, firing a single shot right into the rider’s mouth, resulting in an amazing slow motion sequence of seven seconds with three different camera angles.

The violent clash between the two adversaries saw one shot in the mouth and thrown from his horse, while the player was sent into the air and then down hard in the Valentine mud. To add insult to injury, they were then smacked in the head by a horse-drawn cart. Miraculously, the player only lost a minor amount of health, and was given a reward of a $20 bounty.

Players have always found joy in messing around with Rockstar’s physics, especially in the Grand Theft Auto franchise. Even though Red Dead Redemption 2 has a heavier and more realistic feel to the character animations and movement physics, amusing moments can still be created which continue to entertain fans long after the game’s launch.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is now accessible on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.