Red Dead Redemption 2
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In the vanilla game time passes almost 3x faster around midnight than around noon. This mod disables this modifier, make time pass at a consistent rate at all times. It also lets you change how long a day last.

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Version 1.1.2: Fixed an issue with the hotkey.
Version 1.1.1:
Added 'Forced consistent timeflow' mode, where the mod doesn't automatically turn off when a mission stared. (I don't know if this can cause issues, use it at your own discretion)
You can set if the game should start with this enabled in the ini or use the hotkey in-game, 'insert' by default. You can also set a custom key in the ini.
A small text should pop up on the left side of the screen when you switched modes.
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Have you ever wondered why your evening poker games somehow always last until sun-up? Well, you probably have a gambling problem. But also..

There's a hidden modifier that makes time flow at different rates during different times of the day. This mod nullifies it and make time pass at a consistent rate throughout the day.

You can also change how long a day should last in the .ini file.

You can also fine tune how long each hour of the day should last while still keeping the timeflow consistent (other than your        modifications).

The default timescale is increased compared to the vanilla value because consistent timeflow means you not only have longer nighttime but also  shorter daytime...
The default value should give you the same amount of daylight as in the vanilla game but with longer nights (obviously resulting in slightly longer full day/night cycle, about 56 minutes compared to the vanilla 48 minutes).


If you're using another mod to change day length this mod most likely doesn't work together with it.

Installation:
Download ConsistentTimeflow.rar, extract it and drop the files into your Red Dead Redemption 2 game folder.
 
You're going to need Script Hook By Alexander Blade.