Red Dead Redemption 2 easter egg found in GTA: San Andreas Definitive Edition

Something that looks awfully like O'Creagh's Run can be found in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - Definitive Edition.

It's not unusual for Rockstar Games to put easter eggs in its titles. After all, this is the same studio that put a "There are no easter eggs up here" sign somewhere in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. However, while most probably expected to see the same easter eggs in San Andreas now that it's been remastered, it appears that Rockstar still took the time to add in new ones.

The original San Andreas had several easter eggs hidden. As it turns out, Rockstar might have sneaked in a few more in the remastered version of the game.

Case in point, one eagle-eyed fan spotted what appears to be an easter egg for Red Dead Redemption 2 in GTA: San Andreas Definitive Edition.

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Is O'Creagh's Run from RDR2 in San Andreas?

It will take at least a few weeks if not months to find out just how many more new easter eggs are in San Andreas.

Rockstar first released San Andreas back in 2004. Back then, it was near-impossible for games to have very detailed backgrounds. Fast forward to today and Rockstar has taken full advantage of modern technology. Not only does San Andreas look a lot better now on modern consoles, but the remastered version of the classic 2004 title features a particularly detailed painting.

According to Redditor /u/Cooper_Raccoon, there is a painting of Red Dead Redemption 2's O'Creagh's Run hidden inside Ryder's house.

Rockstar couldn't help but add in more easter eggs to Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Definitive Edition.

If the above image does show an easter egg of Red Dead Redemption 2, there's no telling just how many more easter eggs Rockstar added to Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition.

Rockstar finally released the GTA Trilogy remaster on November 11. This means that players haven't had a lot of time to comb through all three games yet. If Rockstar confirms that the painting is indeed an easter egg, you'd best bet that the studio has hidden more. We can expect gamers to find other easter eggs hidden neatly inside the remastered titles in the coming weeks if not months. We already know there is a few extra cheat codes too.

Speaking of GTA, did you know that a remaster of both Grand Theft Auto IV and the original Red Dead Redemption is in the works? Even if this is not confirmed information, a reliable source claims to know that Rockstar is working on remastered versions of the aforementioned titles. The same leaker suggests that Rockstar is releasing both remasters sometime in 2023.

Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.
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