Deep in the audio files of Red Dead Redemption 2 is hidden something that may allude to upcoming DLC.
Allegedly, some audio files data mined from Red Dead Redemption 2 are voiced by the adult version of Jack Marston, who becomes the protagonist in the epilogue of the first Red Dead Redemption, following the death of his father, John. The epilogue for Red Dead Redemption 2 sees John become the protagonist after Arthur Morgan’s untimely death, and while we see Jack age a few years during our time with John, he never reaches adulthood in Red Dead Redemption 2. This makes the inclusion of Jack’s adult voice in the game curious, assuming it is indeed his voice.
There are two plausible scenarios to explain the audio. The first is that the files were simply left over from some scrapped twist in the game’s campaign, but that’s not very intriguing. More interesting is the possibility that the audio is in place for upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2 DLC, in which players will take on the role of Jack after the events of the previous game.
If Red Dead Redemption 2 DLC is coming down the line, fans likely won’t see it for some time, given the developer’s current focus on the recently launched Red Dead Online. The multiplayer experience recently saw the implementation of its microtransaction system, but players are not very satisfied with it so far.
Source: Game Rant