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How will you be exploring the world? Will you immediately start checking everything out? Climbing every peak and walking through every town? Or will you let the story guide you through naturally, maybe breaking away here and there until you’ve seen it all?  

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This depends on how the map is opened up. If it is timed like before where you have to complete so many missions for the main story, then I will likely just explore as I am given the chance but if we are able to go where ever and do whatever, I might spend a good week or 2 just running around looking at everything. 

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Personally I like letting the story take me around the map and spending some time exploring each area as and when I get to it. I find it adds to the excitement of the game when you look at the map and think “I’ve still got all this to uncover”. Progressing the story naturally also opens up more things to do along the way. For example, I would imagine there will be a mission at some point that will introduce you to hunting and fishing. You may not unlock the various activities until you have completed the tutorial missions. 

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I as well will be letting the story line introduce me to the map.  I mean, if there is an opportunity in the story line to kind of roam around and stuff, which I am sure there will be, I might wander off and explore, but for the most part I will just play the story line and check everything out slowly. 

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6 hours ago, Jackthestripper said:

I might wander off and explore, but for the most part I will just play the story line and check everything out slowly. 

 

8 hours ago, debbo89 said:

Personally I like letting the story take me around the map and spending some time exploring each area as and when I get to it. 

Agreed.

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14 hours ago, debbo89 said:

Personally I like letting the story take me around the map and spending some time exploring each area as and when I get to it. I find it adds to the excitement of the game when you look at the map and think “I’ve still got all this to uncover”. Progressing the story naturally also opens up more things to do along the way. For example, I would imagine there will be a mission at some point that will introduce you to hunting and fishing. You may not unlock the various activities until you have completed the tutorial missions. 

I do it the same way

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I am personally hoping the map is impossible to completely explore, at least in a detailed sense. I have easily 60+ days in GTA 5 and occasionally I still get the pleasure of noticing something new, going down a road I had never gone down before or just experiencing a different part of the map. And if the rumours are true and the map is bigger than GTA 5, couple that with the slow moving horses and more natural landscapes I think it may well be the case a decent amount of players never see all of it.

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17 hours ago, Binzee said:

I am personally hoping the map is impossible to completely explore, at least in a detailed sense. I have easily 60+ days in GTA 5 and occasionally I still get the pleasure of noticing something new, going down a road I had never gone down before or just experiencing a different part of the map. And if the rumours are true and the map is bigger than GTA 5, couple that with the slow moving horses and more natural landscapes I think it may well be the case a decent amount of players never see all of it.

I agree, people who play it properly will definitely learn the whole map, but people who do not play it that much will never learn everything there is to do with the map. I sure hope the RDR2 map will be the biggest one to date. Rockstar need to go all out for their first game created for next-gen consoles.

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I like the idea of going with what the story wants rather than being able to go anywhere. Even if it is an option, I will stick close to the story and once that is done, I will then venture out and explore. Either way, I would imagine the online map will be the same so I will have plenty of time to explore it there.

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