Red Dead Redemption 2 has a companion app, here's what it does

Red Dead Redemption 2 has a companion app, here's what it does

Rockstar specifically mentions going HUD-less in the announcement, which will also link up with the Rockstar Social Club and provide a full digital game manual.

Instead, each of the Red Dead Redemption 2 Herbalist Challenges will stay hidden until you've finished the one before it, which is what makes this guide so handy.

There's a wealth of clothes you can purchase and even craft throughout your journey.

At the beginning of the game, you will be taught on how to hunt for animals in the game. Again, use your Eagle Eye ability to spot different plant types across the terrain while exploring, and if you're struggling to find four different types of berry, trying travelling to a new area, where the fauna is likely to diversify.

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To see what you can upgrade, check the ledger, which is found next to the donation box. This upgrade isn't cheap, however, coming in at a whopping $325. With that done, you can upgrade your own tent to have the map for fast traveling. In other words, take care of them as you will be using them a lot on this game. It's not exactly an immediate teleportation from one point to another, but it's certainly quicker than riding there yourself. Unfortunately, you don't immediately have access to it in the game. This is a handy tool, especially if you just need to get to a shop quickly and sell some goods. Again, you can not take either of these back to your gang's camp (which makes sense, considering it's supposed to be a secret location).

If you aren't in a town and still can't be bothered to ride around, you can use the game's new cinematic camera feature. Back in June, VG24/7 reported on a Rockstar developer who (temporarily) made reference to working on a PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 on their LinkedIn profile.

As an outlaw, you will do bad things in Red Dead Redemption 2 in order to survive and that is by robbing banks, jumping on trains or robbing off people.

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