Hunting has become somewhat of a staple in open-world games these days. The original Red Dead Redemption was one of the first games to do it so seamlessly, but Red Dead Redemption 2 takes the realism to a whole new level.
When you shoot certain animals (deers, wolves and the like), but don’t necessarily kill them on the spot, they’ll often try to get away, before falling over. However, when they don’t die, they’ll often scream out in pain and squirm around in their own blood upon coming up to them.
You’re then faced with the decision to put it out of its misery (with one final shot) or leaving it there in its own blood before it bleeds to death.