Release: PS4-RDR-2-Menu-Base, Red Dead Redemption 2 Mod menu (for devs)
Those of you who have been waiting for an easy way to mod RDR2 on their PS4 might not have much longer to wait: Developer ethylamine has now released PS4-RDR-2-Menu-Base, and it’s promising to become the swiss army knife of RDR2 modding.
Until now, people wanting to easily mod their RDR2 install had to use Oysters, a freemium menu, for which the paid version costs $17. Although Oysters is still a great option in terms of features today, it looks like RDR2-Menu could become the open source, free alternative everybody’s been looking for.
PS4-RDR2-Menu-Base is not a collection of hacks and mods for RDR2 in itself though, and it is not the “end user” tool you might be looking for just yet. It is just a way to display them easily in the game: developers will still need to create and integrate those cheats into the menu, and release a version for the crowds. That might be you, if modding and C programming are not something you’re afraid of.
From the Readme:
A mod menu GUI for PS4 RDR 2
A (very basic) mod menu GUI based on 2much4u’s PS4 GTA V Menu Base.
Requires Scene Collective/AlAzif’s PS4 Payload SDK to compile. Compatible with firmwares 5.05, 6.72, 7.55, and 9.00
Supports only the 1.29 patch of RDR 2 on both US & EU regions.
Currently not compatible with GoldHEN’s bin loader.
Just as customizable as 2much4u’s GTA V Menu Base.
Important: In addition to the skills required to add mods and compile the menu, you will need a Jailbroken PS4 to run the mods.