It’s infuriating. And you’d be totally justified in shutting the game down so you can cool off. Or, y’know, just taking out the whole town. Red Dead Redemption 2 is overflowing with missions, side quests, and mysteries. Not only that, the game encourages you to explore every nook and cranny. You can log every animal species into a database. You can craft items from their hides. You can play for probably 100 hours and never finish everything. But some people like to try by revisiting the game’s world after they get through the main story campaign. Unfortunately, there’s a problem with that approach.