Red Dead Redemption 2 Cover Art Recreated With LEGO Figures

A Red Dead Redemption 2 fan has shared their incredible re-creation of the game’s cover art using LEGO figures. Red Dead Redemption 2 is known for its attention to detail, and this piece lives up to those lofty standards.

It’s been almost five years since Red Dead Redemption 2 came out, and the creativity of the gaming community seems to know no bounds. Gamers are always looking to find new and exciting ways to pay homage to one of the best video games of all time, and to do so in their own way. A Red Dead Redemption 2 fan sent the game adaptation to their mom in one of the most heartwarming tributes to the game ever. It’s easy to forget that there are plenty of people out there who aren’t gamers, and fan tributes like this make it more accessible to those outside the realm of gaming.

Redditor Candid-Revenue-3326 showed off their incredible artwork, depicting the cover of Red Dead Redemption 2 and its protagonists as if they were Lego figures. At first, it doesn’t quite look like a match made in heaven, but there’s a simple charm to this piece that really fits the vibe of Red Dead Redemption 2. The game’s original cover consisted mostly of low-detail silhouettes, which meant the LEGO bricks filled in perfectly. They even showcased untextured 3D models used in the artwork, giving a glimpse into how the incredible images are created.

While gamers in the thread appreciated the poster’s effort, they took the time to think about what a LEGO version of Red Dead Redemption 2 might look like. LEGO games are known for their unique style of humor, which may not match the emotional weight of Red Dead Redemption 2’s tragic story. While it might not work on paper, it sure would be fun to at least see it try.

It’s been a long time since fans heard anything from Rockstar about the future of the Red Dead Redemption series. The series is a winner for Rockstar, but the reality is that its games take a long time to finish, and GTA 6 has probably been in development for a decade now. Even if it takes a long time, it looks like Red Dead Redemption 3 is definitely on the cards, and it would be a surprise not to see the game released.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is out now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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