BelleStarr Posted September 10, 2018 Share Posted September 10, 2018 In the scene where the gang are playing a card game and betting, they're betting with cents. RDR1 only used dollars, whereas RDR2 will contain cents and use them more realistically. 15 cents in 1899 = $4.55. On RDR2 merch, there is a gun being advertised for $2 shown in the video which equals to $60. Guns in this game will likely cost $2-40 which is equivalent to $60-1200, whereas in RDR, they were being sold for around $125. There is a chance that stealing from someone, betting or completing small missions, we will be rewarded with $1 ($30) or less. Dutch stealing $150,000 in bank notes = $4.5 million today. The gang will no doubt get pretty rich after their bank robberies, but even having $100 in your pocket is equivalent to $3k! Bounties in RDR1 would give $240 for a live bounty which is worth about $6K. I am glad that we may be using money more realistically in the game, not getting hundreds of dollars for a mission or from stealing from people. How do you feel about it? Do you hope that this is a definite feature in RDR2? Or do you wish it would be like RDR1? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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