Red Dead Redemption 2 Wolf | Locations, Crafting, Legendary, Materials

Red Dead Redemption 2 Wolf

Red Dead Redemption 2 Wolf can be hunted and skinned for crafting materials, it’s a Large sized Mammal animal. We recommend using a Rifle or a Sniper to hunt this animal. You can craft a Wolf Heart Trinket at the Fence Shop using it’s materials and cook the Big Game meal from hunting it, Gray Wolf, Timber Wolf, Legendary Wolf.

You can Click/Tap the Names of Animals, Plants, Fish and even Locations to view more information about them.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Wolf Locations

Every type of Wolf found in RDR2.

Using the best weapons to hunt a Wolf in Red Dead 2, will reward you with a Perfect Quality Kill. Since this animal is carnivore you should use Predator Bait to attract it in the wild.

Wolf Perfect Quality Kill Weapons.

  • Use Predator Bait
  • Bow with Arrow
  • Bow with Poison Arrow
  • Throwable with Poison Throwing Knife
  • Rifle with Regular
  • Rifle with Split Point
  • Rifle with High Velocity
  • Rifle with Express
  • Sniper with Regular
  • Sniper with Split Point
  • Sniper with High Velocity
  • Sniper with Express

RDR2 Legendary Wolf Locations

Legendary Wolf materials can be used to craft Talismans or Trinkets. You can view other types of Legendary Animals HERE.


Red Dead Redemption 2: Five tips for being the best outlaw you can be

Red Dead Redemption 2 has set a high bar for the next generation of open world games, and as much as we’ve already discussed it, we’ll be addressing the deeper themes of the story as we continue to work through the game. However, there are a few points that I got hung up on in the game, and would love to advise you on the best way to avoid those mistakes yourself.

So without any further ado, here are a few tips and tricks to help you make decisions in the Wild West.

Money is easy to come by, if you know where to look

Unlike Red Dead Redemption or Grand Auto V, money is relatively easy to come by in RDR2. Story missions and side missions often result in sizable fiscal rewards for Arthur, although some story missions do require upfront investments and sometimes result in a bounty on Arthur’s head. That said, there’s no reason to live frugally. Use your money to upgrade your horse or your guns as a priority, and then feel free to go shopping at the tailor or play a few rounds of high-stakes poker.

For the most part, selling wares will also net you a good amount. The easiest way to cushion the game’s already generous income is to loot as much as you can stand it. Bad guys often have pocket watches, belt buckles, or even jewelry on them that can be sold for a pretty penny. If shootouts go down near or inside buildings, search those buildings for provisions, cash and other valuable items. Offload these items at a local Fence to keep plenty of space in your satchel and generate some extra dough.

And don’t pass up bounty hunting. It’s easy cash.

Use your unique gifts

Eagle Eye and Dead Eye are blessings. There is no obvious time limit to Eagle Eye use, so there’s no reason not to use it constantly while hunting or searching for herbs, plants, etc. Paired with some Scent Blocking Lotion and bait, you’re sure to see success in your hunting endeavors.

Dead Eye does have a time limit, but there’s no shortage of tonics or provisions that can replenish your Dead Eye core in a jam. So use it. It makes shootouts far more manageable, but it also makes them way more fun. I particularly enjoy using R1 to mark several targets in a single go.

Dead Eye also helps immensely with hunting.

The best stuff is earned, not bought

Hunting has been prioritized in RDR2. There are legendary animals across the map that can be skinned to craft some of the best clothes and items in the game, which are not available for purchase without the pelt. Perfect pelts can also be used to craft badass clothing. But it’s not entirely obvious how to obtain a perfect pelt in the game.

There are a number of factors that play into obtaining a perfect pelt. The first is the size of the animal. This will determine which weapon and ammunition you should use. The second is the quality of the animal. You can press R1 to study the animal, which will also display its condition: poor, good, or pristine. Only pristine animals will result in a perfect pelt. Large animals like bears and elk require a rifle, preferably with high velocity or split point ammo, whereas it’s nearly impossible to yield a perfect pelt on a small critter without using the Varmint Rifle. Midrange animals like foxes and beavers require a Repeater or bow and arrow with improved arrows.

This guide proved incredibly helpful for me.

Also important: even a pristine animal hunted with the right weapon can drop from perfect pelt to good pelt if you shoot it more than once. Use Dead Eye to locate the vulnerable parts of the animal and deliver a fatal blow.

You can take these pelts to Pearson at camp to craft cosmetic upgrades to the furniture, but it’s probably best to prioritize taking perfect and legendary pelts to the trapper where you can craft clothes, saddles, etc. It’s worth noting that you must first sell the pelts to the trapper before you can purchase the items he crafts with them.

Camp donations are dumb, but upgrades aren’t

RDR2’s is very different from Red Dead Redemption’s in one core way: John Marsten was a lone wolf, whereas Arthur Morgan is very much a player in an ensemble cast. That doesn’t mean you can’t fly solo and head to another part of the map for a few game days. But many of the story missions involve other members of the Dutch Van Der Linde gang, and home base for Arthur is the gang’s camp, where many of those characters are hanging around.

Because of this shift, RDR2 introduces the idea of camp donations. You can donate money, food, or items that can be sold for camp funds. These donations are more or less useless. They are money or food that you won’t see again. However, alongside the box for donations is a ledger that allows you to check out how the rest of the gang is donating and also make purchases to upgrade the camp.

Provisions, ammunition, medicine, and lodging are all upgrades worth purchasing, in my opinion. Upgrading them ensures that the best food and ammunition are simply sitting around camp. It’s a way to turn camp into a convenience store carrying most of the equipment you’d otherwise need to purchase by bopping around a town. Upgrading lodging unlocks the fast travel map, which becomes more and more necessary as the map opens up.

Eating stew with a beautiful view

Given that there are usually missions that originate from camp, I visit it often as a way to reset. I donate anything of lesser value to camp to clear out space in my satchel, restock on provisions, tonics, and ammo, and help myself to a free bowl of stew to replenish my health cores. Camp also features a poker table, which happens to be one of my favorite pastimes in this game.

Timing is everything

Just assume that if you’re doing a Dutch story mission, you’ll end up with a bounty on your head. Sometimes these are cheap, and sometimes the bounty is upwards of $100. The game more than makes up for the money it asks from you, doling it out in myriad ways, but dealing with a bounty in a bigger city or town can make side missions and other tasks incredibly annoying. If you’re not into constant shootouts and running from the police, do your side missions and mundane errands in a town before firing up the Story Mission.


Red Dead Redemption 2 guide: Cigarette cards

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Red Dead Redemption 2 has 144 collectible cigarette cards, broken down into 12 sets of 12 cards each. Every cigarette card is sitting somewhere in the enormous world. You could explore every inch of the map to find every one of them, or you could do what we did.

In this guide, we’ll show you how to get every cigarette card without turning over every leaf.

How to get every cigarette card in Red Dead Redemption 2

Before you follow the steps below, you’ll need a few hundred dollars, but in our experience, money ceases to be a concern just few chapters into the game. After upgrading our camp, we spent dozens of hours in Red Dead Redemption 2 with more than $1,000 in our pockets and nothing pressing to spend it on. So don’t worry: You don’t have to do this at the expense of anything else.

  1. Go to a General Store. (We prefer the one in San Denis.)
  2. Buy as many packs of Premium Cigarettes as you can off of the shelf. Every pack gives you a cigarette card. (Also, if you have the Legend of the East Satchel, this’ll be faster because you’ll have a bigger inventory.)
  3. When your inventory is full and you can’t buy any more smokes, open your Satchel (hold right on the D-pad) and Discard all of your Premium Cigarettes.
  4. Return to Step 2.
  5. Rinse, wash, repeat.

As you collect cards, you’ll see a pop-up on the left of your screen. You can check your Satchel inventory (hold right on the D-pad for quick access) to see the cards you have and the cards you need.

Sure, the process can be tiresome. But we’d argue that slogging your way across the impossibly large Red Dead Redemption 2 map to find what you’re looking for would be more tiresome.

Each pack of Premium Cigarettes costs $2.50, but there’s more to the story. You’ll get many duplicates, but that’s actually good because you can sell your duplicate cigarette cards to a Fence. (And in San Denis, the Fence is just a short jog up the street from the General Store.) Some of your extra cards will be worth $1, but others will be worth more. Point is, you’ll be getting some of your money back. At most, each pack of Premium Cigarettes will effectively cost you $1.50 or less. (And there’s a quest related to collecting cigarette cards, which we’ll discuss below.)

There is one problem that’s worth mentioning. Every time you purchase Premium Cigarettes, the game randomly gives you a card. When you have relatively few cigarette cards, the chance you’ll get something you don’t have is relatively high. But as the number of cigarette cards you need diminishes — even though the odds are always 1 in 144 — it’ll feel burdensome. Push through. You’ll get them eventually.

Collect them all, and you’ll receive the “Collector’s Item” Achievement/Trophy, which you get for completing “one of the Collectible strands.’ (Unless you’ve completed another collectible … strand.)

Smoking and Other Hobbies

Rockstar Games via Polygon

There’s a quest related to collecting cigarette cards. After you finish “Who Is Not Without Sin” early in Chapter 2, a stranger, Phineas T. Ramsbottom, will appear sitting outside of Flatneck Station (see the map above for the location). Speak to him, and Red Dead Redemption 2 will task you to “collect all the cigarette cards and mail the completed sets to Phineas.”

After you’ve collected a set of 12, visit any Post Office and mail the cards to Phineas. With each set you mail, you’ll earn rewards — including a good chunk of money and the Vintage Civil War Handcuffs, a unique crafting item.

Cigarette card sets and rewards

Rockstar Games via Polygon

Here are the 12 sets of cigarette cards and their rewards in Red Dead Redemption 2:

  • Amazing Inventions: Volatile Dynamite, $100
  • Artists, Writers, & Poets: Ginseng Elixir, $100
  • Famous Gunslingers: Special Snake Oil, $50
  • Fauna of America: Perfect Rabbit Pelt, $50
  • Flora of America: Special Miracle Tonic, $50
  • Gems of Beauty: Platinum Chain Necklace, $100
  • Horses: Special Horse Medicine, $50
  • Marvels of Travel: Aged Pirate Rum, $50
  • Prominent Americans: Eagle Feather x3, $50
  • Stars of the Stage: Small Jewelry Bag, $50
  • Vistas of America: Gold Nugget, $100
  • World Champions: Valerian Root, $50

No matter which set you mail first, you’ll receive the Vintage Civil War Handcuffs, an ingredient that a Fence can use to create the Alligator Tooth Talisman. At the end, you’ll receive an additional $200 reward for mailing every set to Ramsbottom.

How to craft the most useful item in Red Dead Redemption 2 and expand your inventory


Red Dead Redemption 2 hunting guide

Master your prey


After seven years of waiting, Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally here. If you’ve already sank your calipers into the biggest release of 2018 then you know any self-respecting outlaw needs to make money for the camp tithing box so the gang can eat, sleep and be merry. One of the most reliable, moral ways to manage this is through hunting out in the immense wilderness of the Old West.

So we’ve rounded up a series of essential tips that cover every base to ensure you’re operating at maximum hunting capacity.

Know your enemy

The first and easily most important tip. If you don’t do this, you may as well hang up your hat. Always study your prey.

When you come across any animal in the wilderness, you want to focus on it with L2 and hold R1 to study the animal. Similar to the way you can inspect potential horses for their stats, the study mechanic will let you know exactly what weapon and ammo you need to acquire a perfect pelt from the animal in your cross-hairs.

Raise your weapon

Now that you know how to kill your prey properly, you now need the proper tools to go about it. The required weapons for animals vary quite drastically and it can be frustrating when you find the beast you want and you don’t have the required kit to master it.

Go to the Gunsmith in any of the game’s towns and pick up a gun from every category, and, most importantly, purchase a set of rifles with varying scopes. Some animals require a long or short-scope when studied, so it’s good to have every base covered.

Line your pockets

If you plan on hunting for an extended amount of time, you want to make sure you’re not running back to the Trapper every 20 minutes when you run out of space. To solve this, first of all, upgrade your Saddlebags at any self-respecting stable to increases the number of varmints you can lug around once you shuffle them off their mortal coil. Upgrading your satchels is also highly useful so that you can hold more ammunition, tonics and provisions to keep you and your horse healthy during a conflict and your weapons primed.

I did a lot of my hunting in the later stages of the game, and fortunately, once you reach a certain point in the story you can just buy every satchel (including the final ‘Legend of the East’ variant that lets you hold 99 of most items) at the Fence without having to spend a ridiculous amount of time hunting for the materials. I’d say wait until this point to save you a lot of extra hassle.

Watch the stars

As well as studying your prey the star system is something you definitely need to pay attention to. Holding L2 on an animal will let you know if it’s worth hunting or not by how many stars it is ranked by. The stars denote how good the pelt will be once you pull the trigger, with three stars providing a ‘pristine’ pelt that yields more meat and crucially, extra dollars when you go to sell it.

I wouldn’t bother hunting an animal with less than three stars unless you’re desperate to eat it, as most quests and crafting recipes require a perfect pelt, which is only achieved via a clean shot to a three star animal in its vital organs, usually the heart or the brain. As your Dead Eye upgrades throughout the course of the narrative, organs will be highlighted, which helps a great deal with this particular aspect of hunting.

Don’t horse around

The last tip is optional but totally recommended to ensure that you’re hunting with maximum efficiency. There are two types of hunters in Red Dead 2: silent hunters who use bait to attract prey and tonic to mask their scent before going in for the kill, and the more rugged-types who go in guns-blazing and send animals booking through forests, using Dead Eye to pick them off. Either option is viable, but if you’re looking to peel through the compendium as fast as possible, the second option is more efficient.

In this case, you’re going to do a lot of your hunting on horseback, and the faster the hunter, the easier is to catch up to the more speedy non-combatant prey who aren’t trying to maul you. You want to head to the stable and pick up an Arabian, the most expensive horse money can buy to my knowledge. It has Elite handling and is incredibly fast and relatively sturdy.

Ride it hard around the wilderness to increase your bonding level so you can drift and turn on a dime with R1 + X when animals attempt to make a quick escape. At certain points in the narrative, you will be given a lump-sum of cash, and this is definitely the first thing you should drop a lot of dollars on, as it is your only reliable means of transport and will save so much time the quicker you saddle it up and start traversing the map in chase of big game.

Bolster your munitions

Weapons primed, but you can’t kill a varmint with a shotgun slug, else you’re just left with grisly viscera. To avoid this unfortunate situation, make sure you pick up Varmint rounds for your rifles. Ammunition is quite cheap in this game, meaning you should pick up everything that you can at the Gunsmith before you head out into the wilderness, as well as cleaning all of your guns to ensure maximum efficiency.

Other special ammunition like Improved and Small Game Arrows as well as similar ammo for Throwing Knives and Tomahawks are tougher to craft, requiring special bird feathers and plants that you have to hunt for. Spend some time stocking up on these ingredients pre-hunt so you can craft on the spot when you come across worthy prey.


Red Dead Redemption 2: Cooking Guide

Last updated on January 16th, 2019

R ockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2 Western atmosphere action-adventure RPG title was highly anticipated by all. Players will take on the role of Arthur Morgan, an outlaw and a member of the Van der Linde gang during 1899. While the “2” in the title makes it sound like it’s a sequel, it is actually a prequel to Red Dead Redemption. In order to keep yourself alive you will need to cook meats that you gain from hunting, these vary from animal to animal and even some can be seasoned giving an extra recovery to stats.

Red Dead Redemption 2: Cooking Guide

If you play Red Dead Redemption 2 like me you probably forgo all meals until the game yells at you to eat something. Normally players will eat at camp, in saloons, or in the wild using the camp feature. Just an open fire and some meat is all that is required to get a nice warm dinner in your belly.

Its important to know the cooking system as those looking to acquire the Legend of the East outfit will eventually have to craft all types of food. To craft, players will need to cook over a campfire and have the right ingredients. Seasoned meat will increase the recovery of cores:

  • Wild Mint: 25% increased Health Core Recovery
  • Oregano: 25% increased Stamina Core Recovery
  • Creeping Thyme: 25% increased Dead Eye Core Recovery


Type of Meat

  • Obtained from which animal
    • Plain Meat
      • Seasoning

Note: Seasoned Meat – Seasoned meat needs to be a grilled over a fireplace. Set up camp and cook it.

Stringy Meat

  • Armadillo, Badger, Bat, Beaver, Chipmunk, Coyote, Fox, Muskrat, Opossum, Raccoon, Rat, Skunk, Snake, Squirrel
    • Plain Stringy Meat
      • Can not be seasoned.

Gritty Fish

  • Blue Gill, Bullhead Catfish, Channel Catfish, Longnose Gar
    • Gritty Fish
      • Can not be seasoned.

Herptile Meat

  • Frog, Gila Monster, Iguana, Toad, Turtle
    • Plain Herptile
      • Can not be seasoned.
  • Blue Jay, Booby, Cardinal, Condor, Cormorant, Crane, Crow, Eagle, Egret, Gull, Hawk, Heron, Loon, Oriole, Owl, Pigeon, Quail, Raven, Robin, Spoonbill, Songbird, Sparrow, Vulture, Waxwing, Woodpecker
    • Plain Game Bird
    • Can not be seasoned.
  • Duck, Pheasant, Rabbit
    • Plain Game
      • Thyme Game
      • Oregano Game
      • Minty Game

Gristly Mutton

  • Goat, Ram, Sheep
    • Plain Mutton
      • Thyme Mutton
      • Oregano Mutton
      • Minty Mutton
  • Chicken, Goose, Rooster, Turkey
    • Plain Plump Bird
      • Thyme Plump Bird
      • Oregano Plump Bird
      • Minty Plump Bird
  • Crab
    • Plain Crustacean
      • Thyme Crustacean
      • Oregano Crustacean
      • Minty Crustacean

Prime Beef Joint

  • Bison, Bull, Cow, Ox
    • Plain Prime Beef
      • Thyme Prime Beef
      • Oregano Prime Beef
      • Minty Prime Beef

Mature Venison

  • Buck, Deer, Elk, Moose, Pronghorn
    • Plain Venison
      • Thyme Venison
      • Oregano Venison
      • Minty Venison

Tender Pork Loin

  • Boar, Peccary, Pig
    • Plain Pork
      • Thyme Pork
      • Oregano Pork
      • Minty Pork
  • Chain Pickerel, Lake Sturgeon, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike, Perch, Redfin Pickerel, Rock Bass, Smallmouth Bass.
    • Plain Flaky Fish
      • Thyme Flaky Fish
      • Oregano Flaky Fish
      • Minty Flaky Fish

Succulent Fish

  • Sockeye Salmon, Steelhead Trout
    • Plain Succulent Fish
      • Thyme Succulent Fish
      • Oregano Succulent Fish
      • Minty Succulent Fish

Exotic Bird

  • Parakeet, Parrot, Pelican
    • Plain Exotic Bird
      • Thyme Exotic Bird
      • Oregano Exotic Bird
      • Minty Exotic Bird
  • Alligator, Bear, Cougar, Panther, Wolf
    • Plain Big Game
      • Thyme Big Game
      • Oregano Big Game
      • Minty Big Game

If you want more Red Dead Redemption 2 guides be sure to check out Red Dead Redemption 2: Horse Guide, Red Dead Redemption 2: Purchasing Weapons Guide and Red Dead Redemption 2: All Pamphlets Location Guide. You can also check out our Red Dead Redemption 2 wiki for all your outlaw needs.


Red Dead Redemption 2: Best Weapons and Where to Get Them

There are tons of weapons in the world of Red Dead Redemption 2, but we’ve got a list of the best ones right here.

Guide by Hirun Cryer, Staff Writer
Additional contributions by Jake Green

You start out with some fairly weak weapons in Red Dead Redemption 2, and you’re going to want to get your hands on some new guns as soon as you can. Well in this Red Dead Redemption 2 best guns guide, we’ll be detailing a full list of all the best pistols, shotguns, rifles, and more in Rockstar’s wild west prequel.

On this page:

Best Weapons in Red Dead Redemption 2

These are the best weapons in Red Dead Redemption 2. We’ll update this list as we find more, but these should give you the upperhand in any shootouts you encounter in the game.

Best Pistol

Although Midnight’s Pistol is certainly the more fancy weapon, the Semi Automatic Pistol is the more deadly weapon. As you can probably imagine, it’s got one of the highest rates of fire of any weapon in the entire game, and it can be deadly in merely two hits, even from range. To purchase it, simply head to the nearest Gunsmith on the map.

Best Rifle

The title of best rifle in Red Dead Redemption 2 could be awarded to the Springfield Rifle, but we’d have to choose the Lichfield Rifle due to its higher fire rate. It’s a rifle that certainly packs a punch, while not sacrificing fire rate for accuracy or range. To obtain the Lichfield Rifle for Arthur Morgan, simply purchase it from any Gunsmith for $145.

Best Scoped Rifle

This isn’t a unique weapon per se, but it’s worth noting that you’ll only be able to unlock the Carcano Rifle through story progression. If you’re wondering why the powerful rifle isn’t available for purchase during the main game, it’s because it’s locked behind Micah’s story mission early into Chapter 6, which takes place in the Van Horn Trading Post. Complete this mission, and the Carcano Rifle will be yours to keep.

Alternatively, during the Magician’s for Sport mission earlier on in Red Dead Redemption 2, you can obtain the Rare Rolling Block Rifle. In the story mission, you’re going to have to rescue Josiah Trelawny, and then track down several bandits in a small corn field. After you’re done with the corn field section, you’ll be tasked to take out a number of bandits that are hiding out in a nearby barn. One of these bandits drops the Rare Rolling Block Rifle, and this is your only chance at obtaining the rare sniper rifle.

We’ve put together a lot of Red Dead Redemption 2 guides since launch. You can find them all in our RDR2 Walkthrough Hub

Best Shotgun

Just west of Hanging Dog Ranch, which is itself north of Big Valley, there lies a cave on the edge of the map. Within this cave is a rather odd individual with the rare shotgun, which looks the part and packs a punch.

Best Melee Weapon

The Stone Hatchet is a unique weapon that doesn’t come from a Gunslinger, but comes instead from challenges in GTA Online. While you’re playing GTA Online, you’ll get a text message from Maude Eccles, asking you to bring in five bounty targets in total. Complete this entire quest line (which isn’t too tricky), and you’ll unlock the Stone Hatchet in both GTA Online and Red Dead Redemption 2.

Gunslinger Weapons

The weapons obtained by completing Gunslinger missions in Red Dead Redemption 2 aren’t always the best, but we’ve rounded up a few of the better ones in this section of our weapons guide.

Midnight’s Pistol

During the course of the Gunslinger side quests, you’re going to come across an elite cowboy named Billy Midnight. You can kill him to obtain Midnight’s Pistol, which is basically an elite version of the already pretty powerful Mauser pistol. For a walkthrough of where to find Billy Midnight, head over to our Red Dead Redemption 2 Gunslinger guide.

Flaco’s Revolver

Guess what? Flaco’s Revolver is another Gunslinger weapon. It’s by no means the absolute best revolver in the game, but it’s still capable of packing a punch from a distance. For a guide to the location of Flaco Hernandez, check out our Red Dead Redemption 2 Gunslinger guide.

This brings us to the end of our Red Dead Redemption 2 guide on how to locate some of the best and unique weapons in the game, but as we previously mentioned, we’ll be updating this guide whenever we come across any new weapons of note. For now, you can head over to our Red Dead Redemption 2 Honor guide, or our page on how to dual wield in Red Dead Redemption 2 for more.

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Hirun Cryer is by far the most juvenile member of USgamer. He’s so juvenile, that this is his first full-time job in the industry, unlike literally every other person featured on this page. He’s written for The Guardian, Paste Magazine, and Kotaku, and he likes waking up when the sun rises and roaming the nearby woods with the bears and the wolves.


Red Dead Redemption 2: A Really Big Bastard (Walkthrough)

Last updated on December 21, 2019 by Alvin Lau

A Really Big Bastard is a main mission in Red Dead Redemption 2 which involves Sadie.

Your role is to follow her and bring a bounty in, but you may encounter a bear in the journey.

Here’s a walkthrough of A Really Big Bastard in RDR 2.

The mission starts in Beecher’s Hope and the cutscene shows a reunion of the gang when Sadie came in.

She then has a job for John Marston to apprehend a bounty.

Follow Sadie

Mount your horse and follow Sadie to the bounty’s location.

You will reach a forest and see a broken down tent. The bounty is nowhere to be seen.

Look for the bounty

Keep following Sadie to look for where the bounty may have gone to.

At one point, you need to use your eagle eye to track the bounty’s location.

You will finally find a torn-down shack. There’s a dead body but it’s not the bounty.

During the cutscene, the bounty will come out from hiding, but the bear came back.

It will come attacking you. Shoot it as many times as you can but you probably can’t kill it.

It will pin you down, so you need to keep pressing O to break free.

After you’ve broken free, shoot it many more times and a cutscene will load where Sadie also shoots at it. The bear will run away.

Bring the bounty back to the sheriff

On your journey to the sheriff, you will encounter two bounty hunters who are after the same guy.

The mission completes after bringing him back to the sheriff.

If you wish to get a perfect score, you need to do the following:

  • Shoot the bear 4 times as it charges
  • Headshot both the rival bounty hunters in dead eye
  • Complete within 7 minutes 15 seconds


Red Dead Redemption 2: Where To Find The Zombie Teaser

Last updated on December 21, 2019 by Alvin Lau

It’s already well known by now that Red Dead Redemption 2 features some pretty interesting easter eggs.

We’ve seen the ghost train, the UFOs and even a vampire in Saint Denis. Not too long ago, a Redditor found a really fun easter egg which is sort of a zombie teaser.

If you get into a well inside an abandoned camp site at Tall Trees, your appearance will change into that of a zombie at night. If you use your flashlight, your appearance will be back to normal.

It’s super creepy as you can see in the Reddit post linked above. I personally went to check it out but I didn’t get much of a result.

Here’s how you can find the well which is a zombie teaser, and many are claiming it indicates the coming of Undead Nightmare 2.

Get to Tall Trees

If you look at your map, you will notice a Trapper in Tall Trees. Beside it is an abandoned camp site called Bear Claw.

You should see four squares in the map when zoomed in. The exact location is shown in the map below.

The exact spot of the well is as shown in the map below, where the player is standing.

Get into the well

If you enter during the daytime, I don’t think it works at all.

One great thing about this spot is that you can actually find a box to loot. There are about $90 in total (three stacks of $20, $20 and $50).

I tried entering the well at night, but it was clearly a wrong choice of hat, since his eyes are blocked a little.

When I turned off the light, I could barely see anything (until the moonlight came in). Then again, I didn’t see the same results as the video shown by the Redditor.

That said, he looked creepy with those white eyes. The image below doesn’t do it justice at all.

It would definitely be fun to have a zombie DLC for this game.


Red Dead Redemption 2: Es gibt Vampire im Western-Spiel

Vampire und Western, das passt eigentlich nicht wirklich zusammen, nicht wahr? Das Open-World-Spiel Red Dead Redemption 2 beweist das Gegenteil.

Es ist ja schon lange kein Geheimnis mehr, dass es in Red Dead Redemption 2 zahlreiche Easter Eggs gibt, die ziemlich abgedreht sind. Das reicht von aggressiven Hirschen bis hin zu einem Skelett des legendären Big Foot. Doch hättest du tatsächlich damit gerechnet, in der Western-Welt auch auf einen Vampir zu treffen? Genau das kannst du aber.

In Red Dead Redemption 2 gibt es sogar Vampire, wie das Video beweist.

Um den Blutsauger zu entdecken, musst du dich zunächst in die Stadt Saint Denis begeben. Dort durchkämmst du die Straßen und hältst Ausschau nach ebenso geheimnisvollen wie mysteriösen Botschaften, die an verschiedenen Wänden der Stadt zu finden sind – insgesamt fünf Stück gibt es.

Protagonist Arthur hält jede dieser Nachrichten in seinem Tagebuch fest. Sobald du sie alle gefunden und eingetragen hast, ergibt sich beim erneuten Blick in das Buch eine Art Pentagramm. Dessen Mitte markierte einen ganz bestimmten Ort in der Stadt Saint Denis – eine Kirche. Nachts findest du dort nicht nur eine Leiche, sondern tatsächlich auch einen Vampir.

So toll sehen die Städte in Red Dead Redemption 2 aus.

Der anschließende Dialog endet unabhängig von deiner Wahl in einem Kampf gegen den Blutsauger. Solltest du ihn erfolgreich abschließen, erhältst du als Belohnung sogar einen besonderen Dolch, den du fortan als Waffe einsetzen kannst.


Red Dead Redemption 2: How to complete the Help A Brother Out and Brothers and Sisters, One and All Stranger Missions

By Lauren Aitken, Friday, 8 November 2019 14:57 GMT

There are several Stranger Missions to complete in Chapter 4 of Red Dead Redemption 2’s story, each with unique plots and characters.

For the Help A Brother Out Stranger Mission, you’ll be assisting a monk, Brother Dorkins, in freeing slaves. You can find him near the entrance to the market in the East of Saint Denis, where he’ll ask if you’d like to help the poor.

If you choose to donate to him, he’ll tell you about a store he believes is holding slaves, which has been outlawed by this point in Red Dead Redemption 2’s history. A marker will appear, so follow it to the store and look for the bookshelf.

You’ll see marks on the floor and deduce that this is no ordinary bookcase, The pawnshop owner will loudly complain, but you can intimidate him. One of the books opens a secret door, so pull on the red book to open it. Or, use your brute strength and pull it back from the wall.

Once you’re at the bottom of the stairs, you’ll find two slaves. They don’t speak any English, but you can free them both and lead them back to the monk. He’ll offer you his collection dish as payment, which you can accept or refuse, depending on your moral compass.

Brothers and Sisters, One and All

Eventually, you’ll come across Brother Dorkins again in the North of Saint Denis, on the porch of a church with some kids and Sister Calderon. One of the kids steals the sister’s cross, and you need to track him down fast.

Turn left at the end of the road, then right past the man sitting on the corner. You’ll then see him fighting with another man, so intervene and the kid will drop the cross and skip away. If you manage to find the boy within 19 seconds of running away, you’ll get a gold medal for your troubles.

This is the same area where you’ll find Mrs Downes, coincidently. She’ll falsely claim to a policeman that you’re bothering her, so escape the police and remain hidden. You might need to leave the city for a time, depending on where you choose to hide.

If you’re quick enough, you can run back through the market and can hide in the courtyard of a house that might seem familiar from The Artist’s Way Stranger Mission. Stay out of sight until you’re no longer wanted then follow the waypoint back to see Sister Calderon.

Watch out for the policeman riding past the church – if he recognises you, you’ll be wanted again. Hand the cross over to complete the mission. There’s no monetary reward, but you do get a big chunk of Honor for your deeds.

And that’s it! If you’re new to Red Dead Redemption 2, then check out our guides on where you can find the best weapons, the best horses, how to fast travel around the map and how to get rich quick.

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