Horse Testicles Will Respond To Weather Conditions In New Video Game

The highly-anticipated 'Red Dead Redemption 2' will exceed expectations when it comes to responsive horse testicles.

Yes, you read that right. Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2 -- the Western sequel to the highly acclaimed 2010 game Red Dead Redemption -- will feature, among other things, responsive horse testes.

Several tech journalists were given a hands-on look at the upcoming game, and one thing they noticed was that male horses in the game responded to colder climates in the most realistic way possible.

Yep, horses in the game are so life-like that along with being able to name it, choose from more than 50 styles of coat, customise its saddle and watch it poop while you're riding around the wild west -- testicles will apparently shrink and expand in response to the weather conditions.

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According to Rockstar's official site, "your bond with your horse represents trust and understanding". Hopefully, the horse trusts that you will understand to not watch its testicles shrink TOO closely. After all, you probably have a train to rob or something sliiightly more important.

Red Dead 2 also boasts over 200 species of animals you can interact with, which includes birds, fish, alligators, grizzly bears and coyotes.

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The game will centre on outlaw Arthur Morgan, a member of the Dutch Van der Linde gang.  While Rockstar is sitting tight on details of the game's plot, they revealed the game's map will be massive and feature a major focus on world-building realism.

Red Dead Redemption will be available on PS4 and Xbox One from October 26.