However, despite criticism from certain circles and parts of the Internet, Rockstar does not appear to be changing its approach with Red Dead Redemption 2 in conversation with Vulture, co-founder of Dan Houser talked about female characters in the k Taking Red Dead Redemption 2 and responding to the criticism received by some on the portrayal of women in their games.
According to Houser, The perceived lack of women's empowerment in his games will not be a problem in the open West, which will have a diverse cast of female characters, some strong, some weak. In other words, women are treated the same way as men and everyone else in the game.
"[There is] This old intellectual called Lillian Powell, who comes back from New York to the south, is almost like a Dorothy Parker figure, Houser said." There are also those who are weak and weak and strong and they think they are strong, but they are not. And that goes for men, too. "
As you might expect, the era and setting play a big role in portraying genders and races in the game-it was a pivotal time in women's suffrage, and the game this will be honestly and accurately reflected.
"It was a time when women began to question [their roles]and the Wild West was an area where people could invent themselves for the first time; Many of the people who invented themselves were women, "Houser said," They were no longer restricted by society because there was no society. "
Red Dead Redemption 2 becomes a diverse one from the sounds There are some strong women who will make some critics happy.
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