RedFall References God Throughout Game With Bible Verses and Crosses

Many people hate RedFall because of how it runs and overall claim it as a “bad game,” however, I have to disagree. Not only for the reasons of what this article is about but genuinely because I feel the game isn’t as bad as everyone says it is. Of course, the game could use some fixing up in many places, but overall this is a game that I felt I could have used a long time ago – my younger self would have loved this game. But so do I now.

The point of this article today though is much deeper reasoning, about how RedFall uses Biblical references very often throughout its game. This includes having crosses, many churches, Bible verses, pictures of Jesus, and everything.

RedFall Shares The Bible Throughout The Game

With RedFall being a game about vampires it is no surprise to see things taking place around churches and crosses as that is a big part of “being vampires away” in old lore about them. Holding up crosses is supposed to get any and all supernatural beings away. With how the game has all the Bible verses out though, it definitely makes you wonder if the developers just might have wanted to send a message though. Of course, there are some things that don’t align with Biblical beliefs in the game, but it shares countless verses.

The picture above shares a verse from the Bible sitting on a preacher’s desk which is Psalms 16:4, which reads “Their sorrows shall be multiplied that hasten after another god: Their drink offerings of blood will I not offer, Nor take up their names into my lips.”

Another is Numbers 23:24, “Behold, the people shall rise up as a great lion, And lift up himself as a young lion: He shall not lie down until he eat of the prey, And drink the blood of the slain.”

Lastly, I also grabbed a screen of this one listing Exodus 10:21, “And the LORD said unto Moses, Stretch out thine hand toward heaven, that there may be darkness over the land of Egypt, even darkness which may be felt.”

These verses are kinda random while some also make sense as to why they chose these verses. However, it is really good to see video games promoting Biblical content and bringing God into the game. As a fellow Christian, this was something I loved to see in the game, and finding all the little easter eggs have been fun. My favorite was the little art drawn by kids on the wall which I unfortunately didn’t take a picture of.

Overall, I don’t feel RedFall is a bad game, and I feel it is trying to promote a positive message even if some things aren’t exactly on point.