The makers of Red Dead Redemption 2, the most anticipated video game of the year, chose to do their bit for women's rights by putting a suffragette character in the cowboy-themed adventure, which was released last month.
Dressed in a long black dress with a "Votes for Women" sash, the suffragette walks around the map demanding the players "Let me Vote".More news: Nine reported killed after river floods house in Sicily
Mexico was a rather large section of the original Red Dead Redemption's map, and many were sad to see it absent from the large landmass of Rockstar's sequel.
Predictably, the suffragette character didn't quite go to plan.More news: The over that went for 43 runs!
I've been meandering through Red Dead because it just feels like one of those games I should take my time with. In another, he feeds her to an alligator. This prompted Rockstar Games to provide an update on their site to clue players in on what's going on and what they are doing to fix it.
The company hasn't detailed when that fix is coming, but the only workaround at the moment is to load up a older save and restart the mission without using Retry Checkpoint. When they have missions for the player, they will appear regardless. If you die during the mission "Polite Society, Valentine Style" in Chapter 2 and use the "Retry Checkpoint" option, the aforementioned characters will disappear from camp - unless they have a mission for you. However, Rockstar's now identified the problem and is working to iron out the issue.More news: MAGAbomber Cesar Sayoc makes first appearance in NY federal court
For these reasons, we recommend Red Dead Redemption 2 players focus on upgrading the satchels early on so that they can enjoy the benefits of the increased inventory space as they make their way through the main story missions and the massive open world.