In the near future, ten soldiers battle for control of the most worthless spot in the galaxy - a box canyon in the middle of nowhere. Red Vs Blue documents the story of these two armies as they wage a war they really don't understand - or want to fight in the first place.
War is hell
Did You Know?
The "I'm coming out with the Warthog" scene was done by setting a character's respawn rate (how long it takes for him to return after dying) high enough that the game would allow the player to watch other characters. This is one of the few shots where the Camera Man's targeting reticle is not visible - because in the game, he was "dead". This technique is also used for the overhead view of the Blues in episode 1 and the Reds at the beginning of episode 2. See more
In episode 39, the scene at Battle Creek where the Red Zealot was holding the blue flag before he was mobbed by the Blues. Just as the Red Zealot was being mobbed, you can see his name appear on the top-center for a split second: "Hambone". See more
Oh my god. Head.
Okay please, really, no more stories.
On the DVD for Season 1, the music that plays on the Warthog is different than the music that played in the original downloadable episode. This change was done because the members of Red Vs Blue couldn't find who owned the rights to the song - they recorded it at a Mexican restaurant. See more
Edited from Marathon
Mi Amor Tiene un Canon Grande (Senor El Roboto Club Remix '08)
Performed by Burnie Burns See more